The powder is made from pure, natural Australian raw ingredients blended with certified organic eucalyptus oil which is renowned for its antibacterial, antifungal and disinfecting properties and will also leave your dishes sparkling and dishwasher smelling clean and fresh.
100% biodegradable containing no fillers (which can cause stale smells) or synthetic dyes, fragrances or petrochemical derived surfactants it's also suitable for bio and greywater systems as well as both modern sewage treatment and traditional septic systems.
Lil’Bit continues to fight the war on waste and chooses NOT to include a scoop within this pouch - use an existing scoop from another product or a standard measuring tablespoon.
A Lil'Bit goes a long way too with each 1kg bag providing 50 loads at teeny 33c each!
The pouch is the same I use for the Rosalina Toilet Cleaning tablets and is 100% home compostable with labels made from recycled paper and printed in soy based ink.
Place 1 Tablespoon (or 20g/ml) of powder into your dishwasher’s detergent compartment and choose a cycle as normal. For extra large loads we recommend adding 1 scoop to the bottom of the machine.
Sodium Carbonate (Washing Soda), Sodium Carbonate Peroxide (Oxygen Whitener & Brightener), Sodium Citrate(Chelating Agent from Citrus), Alkoxylate (Plant Derived Surfactant - Coconut) and Pure Australian Eucalyptus Oil.
HOME COMPOSTABLE PACKAGING.
Package will take up to 360 days to break down into fertilizer, water and carbon dioxide in household compost comprised of household and kitchen waste.
PLA (not to be confused with PVA) is a polyester (a polymer containing the ester group) made with lactic acid and lactide.
Lactic acid can be produced by the bacterial fermentation of carbohydrates under controlled conditions. In this case, the carbohydrate source is corn starch but can be cassava roots or sugarcane — making the process sustainable and renewable on an industrial scale.
In addition to using the agricultural produce itself, crop residue like stems, straw, husks and leaves can be processed and used as alternative carbohydrate sources. This means we can make use of agricultural by-products that are left behind after harvesting that would have otherwise been thrown away. Residue that cannot be fermented can be used as a heat source, which can ultimately lessen the use of fossil fuel.
Our PLA is certified home compostable to Australian Standard AS 5810-2010 (biodegradable plastics suitable for home composting).
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