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Original Dishwashing Liquid
Forget dishpan hands, and embrace Gain scented hands. This dishwashing liquid smells so amazing it may inspire you to learn a new dance move: The Dish-co.
Do not add bleach. Not for use in dishwashers.
Caution: Keep out of reach of children. If Gain gets in eyes, rinse thoroughly with water. If swallowed, drink a glass of water to dilute.
The laundry detergent in the cool and crisp scent that launched it all.
Smells great and gets your clothes super soft. This fabric softener is liquid amazing.
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Not just plastic (as another said) - even metal. Have a small aluminum frying I use for eggs. Rinsed it thoroughly after washing. Heating it with butter, it still smelled of the detergent.
No, I do NOT recommend. (They seem to be forcing a "Yes", regardless of input.)
Not Recommend Product
Smell does not rinse off, even on metail. Have an aluminum pan, rinsed it thoroughly. Heating it with butter, it still smells of the detergent.
I do NOT recommend!
We wanted to provide some help regarding your problem with Gain dish soap. Some materials in your kitchen, like cast iron and plastic, can absorb flavors, especially if these items are soaked or have become porous over time. This is why you may still be smelling soap on these items. To help get rid of the smell, we recommend drying the item with vinegar or leaving it in the freezer for a while. If it's a microwave safe item, place it in there for a couple of minutes.
We hope this information helps. If you would like to speak with us, please call 1-855-236-3353 (available Monday through Friday, 9AM - 6PM EST).
Gain dish soap does not clean dishes. You can't even get suds. It is horrible. Love the laundry detergent.