Brand behind viral toilet drops loved by Australia’s ‘Queen of Clean’ launches new ‘super product’ for the kitchen: ‘They’ve done it again’

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An Australian cleaning brand that is loved by TikTok influencer Amelia Liddy Sudbury has just launched a brand new product and fans are already raving about it. 

Wild Wash saw sales of the brand’s Toilet Drops soar earlier this year after being recommended by the ‘cleanfluencer’ dubbed Aussie’s ‘Queen of Clean’ who even suggested followers should use the drops in their laundry too. 

Now, the Australian brand’s new eco-friendly Dishwasher Powder is leaving customers just as impressed. 

The Dishwasher Powder is priced at $16 for a 1KG tub providing up to 100 washes, but it is currently available on Amazon for just $13.60, and is made of a plant and mineral-based formula that is safe and effective.

The product comes in a fully recyclable tub made from 70 per cent recycled materials in Australia and it is safe for septic and greywater systems too. 

Despite only launching recently, the eco-friendly dishwashing solution is already attracting rave reviews from customers who love that the product contains no plastic and that it works really well. 

Australian cleaning brand Wild Wash that is loved by TikTok influencer Amelia Liddy Sudbury has just launched a new Dishwasher Powder and fans are already raving about it

Sales of the brand's Toilet Drops soared this year after being featured by a 'cleanfluencer'

Sales of the brand’s Toilet Drops soared this year after being featured by a ‘cleanfluencer’ 

One happy customers, who gave the product a five star review shared: ‘Very happy with the wash, love the eco packaging and the price. Wash Wild has done it again with another super product!’ 

Another happy shopper said they loved that there was ‘no plastic’ and said: ‘Easy and cost effective to use while providing a great clean for the dishes.’

As someone who is guilty of just grabbing a bag of dishwashing pods at the supermarket, ignoring the plastic and chemicals in the products in the process, I was sceptical about whether or not a plant and mineral based formula would actually clean my dishes. 

One happy shopper said they loved that there was 'no plastic' and said: 'Easy and cost effective to use while providing a great clean for the dishes

One happy shopper said they loved that there was ‘no plastic’ and said: ‘Easy and cost effective to use while providing a great clean for the dishes

Having used the Wild Wash dishwasher powder on a variety of washes, I can safely say that it works incredibly well and tackles even baked on stains with ease. I was genuinely surprised because I really didn’t expect it too. The lemon and eucalyptus scent is really lovely too. 

There is a growing concern that traditional dishwasher and laundry pods, which are made with a water-soluble plastic, are contributing to microplastics pollution in the environment. 

Studies have shown that running a dishwasher creates microplastics but parameters like time, temperature and the type of detergent can all have a varying impact in the  microplastics production.* 

Washing on shorter cycles and at lower temperatures on an eco-setting, only putting the machine on when it is full and using plastic-free detergents are some ways you can try to reduce the environmental impact of using your dishwasher. 

Wild Wash has a range of cleaning solutions for the kitchen, bathroom, laundry and body and it is the sister brand of Bondi Wash 

The range is said to be made up of ’99 per cent plus, plant-derived, non-toxic and biodegradable ingredients’. 

The brand claims that ‘all products are made in Australia from sustainably sourced ingredients and packaged in recyclable bottles using post-consumer recycled plastic.’ 

To find out more about Wild Wash, click here.  

*Sol D, Menéndez-Manjón A, Carrasco S, Crisóstomo-Miranda J, Laca A, Laca A, Díaz M. Contribution of household dishwashing to microplastic pollution. Environ Sci Pollut Res Int. 2023 Mar;30(15):45140-45150. doi: 10.1007/s11356-023-25433-7. Epub 2023 Jan 26. PMID: 36701065; PMCID: PMC10076389.

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