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Palmolive Dish & Sponge Fresh Dish Liquid Product Review

Updated on August 29, 2012

With more and more families recognizing the financial and health advantages of eating at home versus dining out, the need for quality dish liquids that simplifies the process of cleaning up after meals is increasing in importance. The folks at Palmolive sent me a sample of their new product, Palmolive Dish & Sponge FreshTM Dish Liquid so that I could see for myself just how easy meal preparation and serving clean-up really can be.

Cleaning Power from Palmolive

Even those who enjoy cooking - and I am certainly a cooking enthusiast - tend to dread the clean up process. While I can’t say that Palmolive’s Dish & Sponge Freshliquid actually makes me look forward to cleaning up after meal preparation, I can say that it does make the dreaded task quite a bit easier.

Palmolive described the product as being made with “a multi-tasking formula that cuts through baked on grease and washes away odor causing residue on sponges”. After using the product just a few times, it was easy for me to see that the product claim is exactly right.

This powerful dish liquid made easy work of cleaning a pan that I used to brown hamburger meat on the stovetop, as well as ones used to bake a green bean casserole and a batch of stuffed mushrooms in the oven. The liquid has a fresh, clean smell that is not overpowering, and the sponge that I used to clean the cookware was clean and fresh smelling when I finished the cleaning tasks.

Simplifying Clean-Up for Modern Consumers

According to a 2010 Harris Poll survey, 40 percent of Americans are in the habit of making meals at home at least five times each week, so it’ easy to see why cleanup ease is such an important concern among consumers. Along with an increase in home meal preparation comes an increase in the number of pots, pans, plates, utensils, and other cookware and serving ware items that need to be cleaned on a regular basis. This Palmolive product can become a great ally in your efforts to make kitchen clean-up in your home as easy as it can possibly be.

Product Availability

You can find Palmolive Dish & Sponge Fresh at supermarkets and other major retailers throughout the U.S., as well as from Amazon.


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    Susan Zutautas 

    6 years ago from Ontario, Canada

    After reading your review I'll have to try this.


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