Description[edit | edit source]
Lemony fresh dish liquid.
Background[edit | edit source]
Dishes don't clean themselves, so water and dish detergent are used together to get the grease, food scraps, and saliva off dishes. Dishwashing liquid contains water and grease-fighting detergents, which becomes foamy when exposed to water from the tap. The liquid is typically added onto a dishwashing sponge, which is then used to scrub and lather dishes before they are rinsed in warm water and dried. Apart from its dishwashing duty, the liquid is also used to make bubbles, clean clothes, and wash birds coated with oil.
Sold in many supermarkets and found next to or under kitchen sinks.