Dishwasher Pods (PVA-Free)
Dishwashing made easy! Our dishwasher pods are handmade with love right here in western Washington, using simple, easy-to-pronounce ingredients. Simply pop one in the detergent dispenser of your dishwasher, and these puppies will get to work making your dishes sparkle.
Zero plastic, zero film, zero waste.
Pro-Tip: Want extra sparkle? Add distilled white vinegar to your dishwasher's rinse aid dispenser!
Add one pod to the detergent dispenser of your dishwasher. Use all settings as normal.
Washing Soda, Dendritic Salt, Grapefruit + Lemon Essential Oil Blend, Distilled Water
Wrapped in reused kraft paper with minimal paper tape.
Handmade in La Conner, Washington.
Made in the USA
Palm Oil Free
I love these hardworking pods. They get the job done, they don’t take up a ton of space under the kitchen sink, and when they are all gone there isn’t a large plastic container that you have to send to the landfill. I add a little vinegar to the dishwasher so there is no water marks on glasses.
Works great in my dishwasher and I love the minimal packaging!
Work great, get my dishes very clean!
I was originally skeptical that this product would work well but want to reduce the amount of plastic our household uses so I ordered a jar. I've been pleasantly surprised to find that it is working as well as my jell soap - no spotting after the rinse either. I definitely will purchase this again.
This has been the only product from A Drop in the Ocean Shop that I have had an issue with. I am not sure if its my dishwasher or if it's our quality of water but these left bad residue over my entire dishwasher load, every single time I use them. I still have some left in the jar sitting underneath my sink. I had to resort to regular store bought dishwasher pods for now since these did not work for me. I gave 3 stars because yes, the dishes looked technically clean and free of any food scraps but every single dish had a weird film on it. You could feel and see the film. I tried rewashing the same load 3 times and the same issue arose every time. I gave up and bought plastic filmed dishwasher pods that I am not proud of. Maybe Krystina will have a suggestion but it's my fault for never reaching out to troubleshot the issue.
Hey Shay! I'm sorry to hear you're not happy with our dishwasher pods. I've had this residue appear a few times on my dishes too, and I'm truly confounded as to why it appears sometimes and not others! One trick I've discovered - whether there's a residue or not - is adding a little bit of white vinegar to the rinse aid dispenser. When I do this, my dishes always come out SPARKLING. And they don't smell like vinegar, either ;) Maybe give that a try and see how it works for your dishwasher?