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Method Dish Soap


To be totally honest, I wouldn't say that this dish soap works WAY better than others that I've used, but it certainly works very well. I find that with Method products, the concentration is good so that I don't need nearly as much of it to do the same job.

The bottle design shown is fine, but they do have another one that's really odd looking and very hard to use, so avoid the crazy looking bottle design.


Cons: bad package design and pricepoint is too much


BOO on Method Concentrated Dish Detergent. I used to LOVE this product...

until they changed the packaging! Used to be a 25 oz. sqeeze bottle and someone got the lame brained idea to change it to a pump bottle... that is only 18 oz. Same price. 25% less soap. Did you really think we wouldn't notice? Plus, the new pump bottle makes it hard to get the last half inch or so out of the bottle. You have to open the bottle and add water, which is just plain annoying and stupid. To bad. Between the bad design and the reduction of soap and the fact i am paying the same price, I will probably quit buying the product. 

And why do you not make refills on this, like you do your handsoap?


Pros: Good scents, excellent de-greaser, no harmful chemicals

Cons: Bottle shape is a little unweildy

The only thing I would change about Method Dish Soap is the shape of the bottle.  When you're washing dishes with soapy hands, it tends to slip around a lot.  Otherwise, it's my favorite dish soap - lathers well, degreases anything I can dirty up in my kitchen, smells good and isn't antibacterial, which I like.


Pros: works great

We absolutely love the pink grapefruit version of this dish soap. It works so well that I haven't been able to find a new dish soap no matter how hard I have tried. We have been using this dish soap for many years now.


This product was much better than it's common counterpart at 7th generation. It worked well and left my dishes clean without any residue. It doesn't make sudz up very well and it takes a lots to get the job done but good overall and cheaper than 7th generation at my stores in south florida!


I love this product. Most importantly it gets dishes super clean but also looks good while doing it. :)


Pros: Cleans great, Smells great, Looks great

Cons: None

This is the only dish soap I use and I love it. The fun design of the bottle makes washing dishes fun. The best part about it is that it isn't harmful for the environment and you don't need to use a lot of soap. I highly recommend this product.


This product really doesn't seem to work well for me. It's hard to tell if there even is soap in the water. I keep adding it because it doesn't seem like there is any and that isn't very cost effective to me.

Method Dish Soap

Method's naturally derived dish soap is now supercharged: more sudsy + super grease fighting = dishes that are squeaky clean. Vitamin E + aloe means your hands feel as clean as your dishes. Ingredients: blend of naturally derived and biodegradable surfactants, corn alcohol, table salt, citric acid, light stabilizer, aloe vera gel, vitamin e, fragrance oil blend, preservative (under 0.1%), color, purified water

Additional Featurescomes in Hollyberry, Lavender, Pink Grapefruit, and Cucumber
TypeHand dishwashing
Bottle Size(s)25 oz
Release Date
Model Name/TypeMPNEAN/UPC
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