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5 Dish Soap Hacks with LuckyPlanet

Filed Under: Home at 3:59 pm | By: Megan Sullivan

Dish soap isn’t just for dirty dishes…it’s also for do-it-yourself fixes! Here are five clever hacks you need to try—all featuring LuckyPlanet dish soap, made with plant-based, natural ingredients.

Dish Soap Hacks

Fruit Fly Trap
Your fruit bowl is stocked after a big grocery haul. Too bad the fruit flies got the memo. Get rid of these pesky party crashers with a simple bug-banishing potion! Pour a few tablespoons of LuckyEats apple cider vinegar into a mason jar and add a couple drops of LuckyPlanet dish soap (it breaks the surface tension). Cover the jar tightly with plastic wrap and poke several small holes in the top. Place the trap near your fruit bowl and watch as the fruit flies begin to congregate inside the jar. They simply can’t resist the alluring scent of apple cider vinegar! Say bye to fruit flies.

Make summer bubble time even more special by using this DIY, kid-safe formula. Start by filling an empty jar with 2 cups of water, then mix in ¼ cup LuckyPlanet dish soap. Next, add 2 tablespoons of vegetable glycerin and 2 teaspoons of white sugar. Gently stir the mixture. Seal and let sit for a few hours before your bubble-blowing extravaganza!

Jewelry Cleaner
Is your favorite ring starting to look a little dull? Restore the shine with this DIY jewelry cleaner! Fill a small bowl with warm water and add a few drops of LuckyPlanet dish soap. Drop in your jewelry and let it soak for a few minutes, then gently scrub with a soft toothbrush. Rinse and pat dry with a soft cloth. Put your bling back on and admire the sparkle! This method works great for silver or gold jewelry but is not recommended for fragile gems like pearls.

Blender Rinse
You’ve just concocted a tasty keto breakfast smoothie, but you’re dreading the cleanup. Don’t be a victim of blender buildup. Try this easy fix! Simply fill the blender halfway with warm water, then add a couple drops of LuckyPlanet dish soap. Put the lid back on and fire up the blender for a minute or two to loosen up the gunk. Pour the messy contents into the sink and rinse well with water. No need to scrub!

Manicure Soak
We know you’re busy, but it’s important to squeeze in some time for self-care. Why not treat yourself to an at-home manicure? After you’re done shaping and buffing your nails, try this simple manicure soak. Fill a small bowl with warm water and add a few drops of LuckyPlanet dish soap. (Maybe even add a few drops of your favorite LuckyAromas essential oil while you’re at it!) Soak your fingertips in the mixture for a few minutes to soften your cuticles and remove any dirt or debris. Breathe deeply and relax!

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