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6 Pack of 25 Ounce Bottle Seventh Generation Natural Dish Liquid in Clementine Zest & Lemongrass Scent - $13.46 AC & S&S ($11.66 AC & 5 S&S Orders) + Free Shipping - Amazon

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Last Edited by widgit August 7, 2016 at 07:57 PM
Amazon.com has the 6 Pack of 25 Ounce Bottles of Seventh Generation Natural Dish Liquid in Clementine Zest & Lemongrass Scent for $13.46 after applying the 20% off coupon available on the product page and basic Subscribe & Save (or as low as $11.66 after coupon and five Subscribe & Save orders),
  • Powerful plant-based ingredients leave your dishes sparkling clean without leaving any iffy residues behind
  • Tough on grease and free from synthetic fragrances, dyes and triclosan
  • Ingredients are from plants - USDA Certified Biobased formula (95 percent), biodegradable & septic safe
  • Strong enough to clean silverware, blenders, dirty dishes, and pots & pans
  • Gentle enough to clean baby bottles, baby toys, breast pump parts and child cups


Seventh Generation Natural Dish Liquid, Clementine Zest & Lemongrass Scent, 25-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 6) [amazon.com]
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While I appreciate this post and your efforts - I'm going to pass on this product as I've done in the past.

All one has to do is read the comments on amazon.com to get my point.
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Quote from mikemm View Post :
While I appreciate this post and your efforts - I'm going to pass on this product as I've done in the past.

All one has to do is read the comments on amazon.com to get my point.

Thanks for the heads-up
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While I appreciate this post and your efforts - I'm going to pass on this product as I've done in the past.

All one has to do is read the comments on amazon.com to get my point.
1,507 reviews at 4.5 stars. What am I missing? I have both the laundry detergent and the dish soap from this company and I have no complaints.
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1,507 reviews at 4.5 stars. What am I missing? I have both the laundry detergent and the dish soap from this company and I have no complaints.
Ok, I guess they have changed their formula. This used to be good stuff, especially for certain purposes. (I used their detergent with my work clothes so it wasn't as harsh on them)
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1,507 reviews at 4.5 stars. What am I missing? I have both the laundry detergent and the dish soap from this company and I have no complaints.

I'm a relatively old guy and sometimes do things bassackwards....I read the negative reviews and I found them to be enlightening since many of their reviews concerned me. Drying hands, chemical content listing hidden under the label, etc.


IMHO, there are plenty of other better products out there for a reasonably good price to satisfy my needs.
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Yup, a plethora of bad reviews pop up recently from amazon. It's good stuff before but based on the recent coupons and sale and such (i bit for the free detergent), makes me nervous. It's like pokemon tracking system, they were good when they were good, and then they remove it to lessen server loads (along with 3rd-party tracking)
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Quote from mikemm View Post :
I'm a relatively old guy and sometimes do things bassackwards....I read the negative reviews and I found them to be enlightening since many of their reviews concerned me. Drying hands, chemical content listing hidden under the label, etc.


IMHO, there are plenty of other better products out there for a reasonably good price to satisfy my needs.
if you read the reviews in order, it's pretty much the same analysis

I recently bought a bunch of these through Google express, but will probably have to wear gloves to use it

I'd opt for Mrs Meyers if you want the natural stuff. but it's pricey
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got it. thanks.

food security is the priority. hand dry is nothing!
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got it. thanks.

food security is the priority. hand dry is nothing!
you realize you can buy dishwashing liquid for $1 at lots of places, the whole appeal of this stuff was that it is supposed to be natural, thus the price premium

when you don't get that and pay more than $1, you are effectively demonstrating that you are irrational and, or, gullible despite being warned
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