- Phosphate-free liquid detergent for manual washing of dishes, silverware, glassware, cooking utensils, and related items
- Active ingredients are biodegradable and plant-based
- No dyes or fragrance added
- pH-balanced to reduce the risk of damage to surfaces, and safe for greywater and septic systems
- Five-gallon plastic deltangular container with vent and spigot for smooth pouring from a shelf without having to lift container when filling a dispenser (sold separately)
Earth Friendly Products Proline PL9721/05U Dishmate Free and Clear Ultra-Concentrated Liquid Dishwashing Cleaner, 5 gallon Deltangular
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|Brand Name||Earth Friendly Proline|
|Item Weight||44.4 pounds|
|Number of Items||1|
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The Earth Friendly Products Proline PL9721/05U Dishmate free and clear ultra-concentrated liquid dishwashing cleaner is a phosphate-free liquid detergent for manual washing of dishes, silverware, glassware, cooking utensils, and related items, and is made with biodegradable, plant-based active ingredients, with no dyes or fragrance added, using a pH-balanced formula that reduces the risk of damage to surfaces. It comes in a five-gallon plastic deltangular container with a vent and a spigot for smooth pouring from a shelf without having to lift the container when filling a dispenser (sold separately). This product is safe for greywater and septic systems.
Earth Friendly Products manufactures household and commercial cleaning products. The company, founded in 1989, is headquartered in Addison, IL.
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I couldn't resist the great value of this 5 gallon product - the cost/oz was so much less than what I've been paying at the store!
The only reason for the 4 star rating is the valve/container connection leaks a little (about 1T/week). I've tightened the valve and cap as much as I can, but it still leaks. No biggie though - I just put a paper towel underneath the valve and change it every so often.