Method Plant-Based Dish Soap, 18-Ounce

Last updated: September 21, 2022


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In our analysis of 69 expert reviews, the Method Plant-Based Dish Soap, 18-Ounce placed 11th when we looked at the top 13 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

No one sets out to neglect a cheesy casserole dish in the sink for days. But sometimes it happens. And when it does, you’re glad that you have an ultra grease fighting and biodegradable dish soap to depend on. Just aim our pump directly at a dish, a sponge or into your sink and press for soap. Some scrubbing required.

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

This is a concentrated formula so it will last a very long time as only a small amount is needed each time you wash a sink full of dishes.
The bottle design is unique and functional. Simply lift and squeeze to release a small amount of dish liquid directly from the bottom of the bottle. No gunky lids or turning over the bottle.
Created with an ultra grease-fighting formula, the texture is like gel. A few drops are enough to get rid of stains and dirt.
This dish soap is fully biodegradable and free from phosphates.
Method comes in an attractive recycled plastic pump bottle that looks good on the side of the sink.
A squirt or two on the sponge or directly in the sink, gets dishes clean the way you like them.
Method Dish Soap Pump had good cleaning results on our tough stuck-on food and was good at cutting through grease.
Method dish soap is a biodegradable soap that effortlessly removes caked-on foods and grease from your dishes to make them look, feel, and smell clean again
This is also free from phthalates and Nonylphenol ethoxylates (NPEs), biodegradable and septic tank safe.
A couple of squirts of my Clementine goodness got seven months worth of cabinet dust and grime off of, literally, two-and-a-half cabinets full of glasses, leaving them sparkly clean and smelling pretty.
My dishes were left clean with no streaky marks or oily residues.

What reviewers didn't like

Method dish soap is not concentrated at all, which means it can be finished easily.
Not as strong as some options.
It had trouble removing milk stains from glasses.
Not available at all major retailers
Not all users have found it as effective with greasy dishes
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