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Old skool plate spinning washing up liquid
Make some noise, let’s get this kitchen disco started. The cleaning agents in Dish Jockey are employed to remove grease, fat and leftover food without a bouncer/doorman insight. Throw your hands up if you’ve said goodbye to bubbles - the vibe of the Dish Meister means you’re not chasing those (good for nothing) party crashers down the sink during the slow dance. Let me hear you say M A C K. Includes 1 BioPod & 1 label for your reusable bottle
Sodium carbonate, monococo alkyl esters, cellulose methyl ether, Cocamidopropyl betaine, citrus oil, precipitated silica, dye (food-grade)
Drop this BioPod into a 500ml reused or repurposed squeezy bottle. Fill 3/4 with warm water and shake for a minute. Fill to the top and shake again for good measure. Add to 'N'sink' filled with warm, NOT HOT, water (works best in cooler temperatures!) or directly to your sponge. Don’t be alarmed if there are no bubbles, the Dish Jockey is still working hard. Remember to throw some shapes but not the plates!
This should be the norm. Rest assured, MACK has considered the environment and sustainability as the foundations of the business.
Powered by good bacteria:
It doesn’t get much more natural than bacteria. We use nature's cleaners. They eat grime and multiply, baby
Vegan and cruelty free:
Of course they’re vegan, but no good as a butter alternative for your toast. What’s that saying? Wouldn’t harm a fly
Go with the flow:
All our things are 100% biodegradable. So if you’re going to fly tip, use MACK
Why would we include VOC’s? We don’t want to make anyone ill. There’s enough non-harmful ingredients out there.
Powered by good bacteria
Grab your lab coat. The initial clean is done by enzymes and surfactants that lift grime, before the natural bacteria begin to eat and multiply, destroying odors and nasty sh*t.