This brand just released a powerful lemon-scented dish soap spray, and it rivals Dawn’s Powerwash

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Last year, Dawn’s Powerwash went viral on TikTok. Yes, a dish soap went viral. But cleaning dishes is a real-life issue, and if it can be made easier, then sign me up! Nonetheless, there’s a new foaming dish spray on the market, and after giving it a try, I’m officially making the switch.

J.R. Watkins, the body care brand known for its plant-based formulas, just released its own Clean + Powerful Foaming Dish Soap Spray in a fresh lemon scent — and it’s incredibly powerful. I’ve used it to clean burnt food off my baking sheets and grease off of frying pans, and I pre-spray my morning smoothie tumbler before placing it in the dishwasher.

J.R. Watkins Clean + Powerful Foaming Dish Soap, $5.99

Credit: J.R. Watkins
Credit: J.R. Watkins

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I especially like that J.R. Watkins’ dish soap formula is hypoallergenic, sulfate-free, dye-free, dermatologist-tested and biodegradable. The whole bottle is recyclable, too. However, you can save your bottle and simply refill it with the brand’s 32-ounce refill bag.

Another plus: You can switch the nozzle between spraying the dish soap straight out or spraying it out as a foam. Simply spray your dishes, wipe with a sponge and rinse with water. There’s no hard scrubbing needed, especially with the foam option.

Right now, you can get J.R. Watkins’ Clean + Powerful Foaming Dish Soap on the brand’s website and at Target for $5.99. And if you like your kitchen sink to be matchy-matchy, the brand also sells a Foaming Lemon Hand Soap to go with it for $3.59.

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