I didn’t think I would ever get to a point in my life in which I’m writing blog posts about dish soap, but here we are. I’ve mentioned how much of a struggle it can be to come up with ideas for blog posts every day, so when I was wracking my brains, trying to figure out what to write about today, my eye wandered over to my dish soap, and that was it.
Dawn is arguably known as the goat of dish soaps. If you’re unfamiliar with the term goat being used as an acronym, it stands for greatest of all time. Not only are their advertisements depicting their product assisting animals in need simply adorable, but their soap is also the shit and works pretty damn well.
When I went to Costco a while back, my sister spotted the Dawn Ultra Platinum Powerwash Dish Spray and told me I had to try it. She had been using it for a while already with her business, but seeing as my sister comes in a close second to my mom in terms of cleaning, I figured I should abide by her recommendation.
As opposed to coming in a traditional soap bottle, the Dawn Ultra Platinum Powerwash Dish Spray comes in a sort of spray bottle, if you will. Basically, the soap sits in the bottom component of the bottle, and on top of the soap is a decent-sized pump, if you will. The design of this bottle allows one to spray the soap almost like an aerosol can, meaning it’s fantastic to use when you’re cleaning awkward spots and crevices.
You can spray this stuff on hard-to-clean messes and allow it to soak to truly abolish any dirt or grime. You can use it on just about any surface, and the stuff works – I believe the design of this bottle is to refrain from having to do any scrubbing, because when you spray the soap onto something and allow it to sit, a quick rinse has whatever you’re cleaning glistening like a beacon in the night.
I think this stuff is fantastic, and I believe it is worth buying.