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Does my husband control most purchases in our household? Yeah, especially if there is a coupon involved that saves you so much money off of Dawn that it only costs you forty cents for fourteen fluid ounces. Did this stuff "power away grease"? Yeah. Did it give me a rash on my lower, inner arm? You betcha! And people, this is the non-concentrated (picture that last word in italics, please) version of Dawn. So what the heck can this stuff be doing to our fellow mammalian friends unlucky enough to be present at oil spill locations with mini-lab techs in Proctor & Gamble-owned recreational vehicles present, waiting to slather up said mammals with Dawn?! Hey, if it's irritating me, it's irritating them. I still think that oil spill mammal-cleanup volunteers should try Palmolive on the critters instead of Dawn (re: please see my past review on Palmolive). I'd rather have skanky dishes and a rash-free arm than use this stuff.
9/22/11: Hey, I was sweet enough previously to leave out the fact that P&G tests their products on animals on a massive scale...now I'm not gonna be so sweet. Don't you think that it's ironic that the very soap being used on oily animals has hastened thousands of animal deaths in lab tests? Those sweet commercials that hide the dirty truth...great PR, P&G, but you can't balance out the negative karma.