Babyganics Dish Dazzler Foaming Dish & Bottle Soap Product Review
What They Claim
According to Babyganics product website they claim that their dish soap can give you "squeaky clean sippy cups, bottles, pacifier and dishes with no scary chemical or gel residue"
They also go on to say that this product can also handle your everyday dishes: "Whether its baby, family or dinner party dishes, this is the ticket."
So does the product live up to its claims, or is it just advertising hype?
The product comes in a bottle with a foaming pump on top. This is in stark contrast to the common "ultra concentrated" dish soaps that are popular on the market right now. When I tried washing bottles with the concentrated liquid or in the dishwasher before I bought this, it always left a residue. I was sure that the Babyganics would as well.
I was pleasantly surprised to find that it didn't leave any soapy residue, which came as a relief to both my wife and me. It was very annoying to have cleaned the bottles (especailly the softer BPA-free bottles) and to see them coming out cloudy. I never had a cloudy bottle with the Babyganics Dish Dazzler.
I also decided to use it on my regular dishes, to see how it stacks up to standard dishwashing liquid (I usually use Dawn Ultra Concentrated). Again, I was pleasantly surprised to see that it tackled about 95% of the jobs I gave it without a problem. The biggest noticeable difference came from soaking pots and pans overnight (which I generally try not to do). Fot this the concentrated liquid was still a little better.
I would heartily recommend the Babyganics Dish Dazzler for a variety of reasons:
- The soap rinses off bottles, cups, and dishes with absolutely NO residue. I can not overstate what kind of peace of mind this gives you if you have small children.
- It tackles most jobs for which you will use it.
- It is based on all-natural, nontoxic plant derived surfactants.
- Because of the pump atop the soap, you get a lot more use out of it, especially for the price.
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