Now I am just your usual single dude who uses his cleaners in a very simple and routine way. I barely have huge parties at home and when I do, we use paper plates. But anyway, I was out of dishwashing liquid and when I was sent “Caldrea”; thought what could be different with this product than any other ones made by other companies?
Amazon describes the Caldrea dish soap as:
Caldrea Dish Soap Liquid is truly liquid loveliness. It's rich, concentrated and hard working. We added Soap Bark Extract, one of nature's best degreasers, to tackle nasty pots and pans. Use just a squirt or two in a sink full of warm water to cut grease and to keep dishes clean and bright.
Well, I have to say the product works very well and saves you a good amount of money because you can just put a little bit in water, diluted but it will still cut through the grease left behind by food scraps. Pots and pans are also left pretty clean and it is gentle on Teflon and non-stick pans. I found myself scrubbing less with this product. It is pretty economical and quite gentle on the hands, it rivals Dawn Ultra’s dishwashing liquid’s cleaning power (maybe even exceeds it).
One difference is that the product has no scent, well there is one, but no refreshing artificial scene is made into the liquid. It smells like your usual unscented cleaner. I don’t mind pretentious citrus scents and such but I can definitely do without it.
All in all a great product, it does get the job done. It is pretty pricey for a pack of 2 16 oz. bottles though. It costs $ 18-20.