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no, I don’t think it’s strong enough for stains, I use a dishwasher
it’s all soap…? You eat food with hands too so i don’t see the issue
Dr. Bronner’s 18-in-1 Soap is solid as a body wash, shampoo, hand soap, for dishes and even cleaning the floor. So I actually do I guess and never realized until right now lol
This reminded me about a joke where the punchline is that mens soap is multipurpose - One can use it to wash body, hair, floors, do the dishes, grease ballbearings, use as hair pomade and salad dressing.
Dr. Bronner’s soap, I’m surprised to say after investigating, is not a joke. https://www.drbronner.com/
Do you have any interesting links from your research? Are there people who actually use it for all these things?
Not beyond confirmin that it exists and the link to the main site.
At BurningMan, due to the lack of any running water, Dr. Bronner’s runs a Human Carwash and there’s always a long line. It’s setup like the ones you’d drive through but you just walk through it. Very solid marketing as their target market is hippies which overlaps thoroughly with Burners!
My roommates use it for floors, dishes and bodies.
a bottle of dawn can last forever if used in trace quantities