Some very good washing up Liquids.
Dish soaps using food-grade preservatives such as potassium sorbate and citric acid only – including scent free, and baby scent free. See all dish soaps here. For stockists, see here. Note also available in Shaw’s in the US.
Dish cleaning detergent and auto-detergent. See here.
Faith in Nature
Have an antibacterial washing up liquid free-from MI.
Home Scents (UK)
Eco Dish dishwasher powder and washing up liquid in various sizes. Click to their site here.
Planet (US / Canada)
Their Ultra Dishwashing Liquid has only five ingredients – water, SLS, bicarb, salt and lauramine oxide – and is popular and well known in the MI-allergy community. Find it on their site. (Warning: one of their laundry detergents contains isothiazolinones. To learn more, see our post here.)
Dishwashing powder and dishwashing liquids – see their website here.
Lemon washing up liquid, clear rinse, dishwasher tablets, and dishwasher salt. See here for details.
Sun and Earth (US)
A reasonably good selection of dishwashing liquids – find them via Amazon US here.
Their Sensitive Washing Up Liquid is suitable for those avoiding MI/MCI – and those with sensitive skin.
Eco Me (US)
Try their All Purpose Cleaner.
Faith in Nature (UK)
Try their Multi-Surface Spray Cleaner.
Fit Organic (US)
Their Sprayer Cleaner & Degreaser is MI Free.
Their Multi Surface Spray for kitchen (and bathroom) surfaces includes only castille soap and essential oils (fragrance free available) and their Soft Cleaning Paste, which is also multi-purpose, but can be used in the kitchen and elsewhere, which contains bicarbonate of soda, castille soap and essential oils.
Mangle and Wringer (UK)
Spray & Go Multisurface Cleaner contains only water, acetic acid, soap, lemon oil and preserving salts, and their Kitchen Cleanser is a biodegradable cream with only very simple non-reactive ingredients, such as bicarb, soap and glycerine.
Multi-surface cleaner for the kitchen.