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NEW updated formula with bigger, fluffier bubbles and stronger grease cutting in all water types. 

The DISH BLOCK® concentrated dishwashing soap is a cleaning powerhouse with a rich, sudsy lather. Cuts stubborn grime and grease on dishes, pots and pans. With added aloe vera to be gentle on your hands. Free of dyes and fragrance.

You can even use it for cleaning-duty all over your home. Take stains out of laundry, take labels off of jars, spot clean your carpet, use it to wipe down ovens... a truly multipurpose product.* 

Each 6 oz (170g) bar or 22.9 oz (649g) bar of DISH BLOCK® dish soap concentrate goes a long way.

Recommended: Pair with the CASA AGAVE™ dish brushes, and a Moso Bamboo Soap Shelf to keep it drained and dry between uses. 

How to use: Scrape dishes to remove excess grease and food. Wet brush, for plates, bowls and cups, and rub DISH BLOCK® soap to create rich, fluffy suds. (Repeat as needed to refresh suds.) Wash items and rinse well. Works in all water types including hard water.

Pro kitchen tip: Use the same DISH BLOCK® suds to clean your sink - this can be used on porcelain, stainless, and glass sinks. We have seen customers use it to clean dirty & stained oven top surfaces as well! 

Made with biodegradable, vegan ingredients.

Vegan. Phosphate-free. Sulfate-free. Paraben-free. Fragrance-free. Gluten-free. Cruelty-free.

Septic safe, biodegradable.

Made without palm oil.

Warnings: This product is not meant to be cut. It is a very solid bar. It is not able to be cut into smaller pieces safely.  Do not leave sitting in a pool of water, it needs to stay drained and dry between uses. 

*Test in an inconspicuous spot for new materials you wish to use it on to ensure compatibility. Not recommended for delicate fabrics, with naturally dyed products or for use on porous stone surfaces such as granite, quartz or marble. We do not guarantee compatibility with all materials.

(There will be imperfections, chips, cracks, fissures and roughness on the bar and rough variations on the surface, this is normal.)

by No Tox Life

DISH BLOCK®, DISH WASHING BLOCK® and ZERO WASTE DISH WASHING BLOCK® are internationally registered trademarks of Earth & Daughter, LLC

Customer Reviews

Based on 661 reviews
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Sarah N.

Works great!! I cut the block in half so that it fits on a regular sized soap tray.

Marianne f.H.

I love that it lasts forever. I’m on my second block in 7 months. I also love it soaps up and there’s NO fragrance plus it does a wonderful job of cleaning dirty dishes.

Cindy N.
It's good for more than just dishes...

As long as you guys make this I'll keep buying it. It's the best for dishes, washing the sink out, and using slivers of it to make spray cleaner.

By the way I've used this on my body (I live in the sweatiest state in the US), and hair too. Not every day - but when I'm really feeling grungy and sweaty.

No, it didn't dry me out. 😁


Love this soap. And the brush. I have to be careful about not letting the top stay wet in the little pit that is emerging from where I’m soaping up the brush.

Abigail A.


michelle r.
Dish Block is great!

This eliminates plastic bottles! I wish the block were entirely square so we could rotate it in the bamboo dish since the brush makes a round indentation but this is great for grease and we love the brushes!

Jacqueline W.
Easy to use!

This soap is amazing. It’s easy robuste and so versatile. It really gets everything clean - only downside is its smell. Especially when you’re used to regular soaps (since they are so aggressive flowery or fresh smelling) you need a couple weeks to get used to it. I like to add a little bit lavender essential oil to my dish water! I also recorded myself testing it and uploaded a YouTube video - feel free to watch my full video here:

Francesca M.

Amazing would buy again!

Faith C.
Dish Soap Block

I LOVE the dish soap block. This is my second large one. They have usually lasted me +6 months. I have learned a trick to make them last longer (i.e., rotate them so you do not create a well). When there are just a few pieces left, I toss them in one of my soap mix bottles with water and use them to clean. I am actually curious if I can use this to wash my clothes... I currently use castille soap.

I wash all of my dishes by hand, and while it is annoyingly tedious, having the block makes it easier than tipping or pumping a trashy plastic bottle.