4 Reasons to Ditch Your Liquid Dishwasher Detergent (Plus a Bonus Solution!)

4 Reasons to Ditch Your Liquid Dishwasher Detergent (Plus a Bonus Solution!)

Your liquid dishwasher detergent may be cleaning your dishes, but it’s also polluting the planet.

Here are 4 compelling reasons to switch things up and try something new (plus an exclusive bonus solution):

1) Water Wastage: Did you know that liquid detergents are a whopping 75% water? That's unnecessary H2O you're paying for when you already have it at home. Say goodbye to wasting water and opt for a smarter alternative.

2) Carbon Emissions Concerns: Ever thought about the carbon emissions generated by shipping all that heavy water around the world? The more a product weighs, the more fuel is burned during transportation. By choosing a lighter alternative, you can significantly reduce your carbon footprint and do something about climate change.

3) Plastic Bottle Problem: It's no secret that liquid detergents come packaged in single-use plastic jugs. The sad truth is, only a meager 11% of plastic actually gets recycled. The rest ends up polluting our landfills and oceans.

4) Toxic Ingredients: Many liquid detergents contain harmful chemicals like parabens and phthalates. These substances not only harm our water systems but also pose risks to humans and animals when ingested or when in contact with our skin. It's time to prioritize your health and the environment while cleaning your dishes.

Bonus: A Game-Changing Solution

Introducing Weightless Dishwasher Detergent Sheets—a revolution in dishwashing.

These plastic-free paper strips are tough on grease while being gentle on the earth. 

Forget about wasteful liquids in plastic bottles and embrace the liquidless innovation.

Here's why Dishwasher Sheets are a game-changer:

1) Marie Kondo Would Approve: Dishwashing made effortless and simple! No more heavy jugs, spills, or mess. Just toss 1 sheet onto your dishwasher's bottom rack. And guess what? They save precious space under your sink too.

2) Powerful Enzyme Technology: Powered by enzymes, these detergent sheets provide superior cleaning performance without any parabens or phthalates. Enzymes target and break down stubborn food particles like grease, oils, fats, eggs, and starch. Say goodbye to residue and hello to sparkling clean dishes!

3) Reduced Carbon Footprint: These sheets produce 32 times less carbon emissions compared to liquid detergent. By making the switch, you're actively reducing your carbon footprint.

    Ready to make the change? Use code BLOG10 to save 10%

    Click here and use code BLOG10 at check out to save 10% on Weightless Dishwasher Detergent Sheets >> 

    Join the revolution against liquids and pods, and experience a new level of clean without compromising the environment or your health.

    Check out what these customers said:

    ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️  "Simple and easy to use. Dishes never cleaner. I'm now a subscriber."  - Ken M.

    ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️   "I've been using DoTerra pods. These Weightless sheets get the dishes cleaner and I don't find remnants of the pod coating in my filter."  - Barbara W.

    ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️  "I put it to a hard test adding saucepans to the dishwasher and some other items I usually have to pre rinse like silverware with avocado stuck on them. Everything came out sparkling. I am very happy with the product and encouraged several friends to get samples."  - Marlene D.

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    Here are replies to these questions. Our blog system needs to be updated so we can reply directly to each question. In the meantime…

    - Sharon: yes, Weightless sheets are grey-water and sceptic safe.

    - Elizabeth: yes we are a Canadian company and you can purchase in Canadian dollars. We do offer a discount of 10% on first time purchases. Use code WELCOME10 at checkout and you’ll get an extra 10% off.

    Crista from Weightless

    Can’t wait to try these!

    Angela Lees

    I would like to know if this is a Canadian product. If it’s US the cost is too much for my seniors budget. Thanks for your help.

    Elizabeth Underwood

    Where is it made?


    Is this safe for our septic field?

    Sharon Brass

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