My dishwashing soap and sponge always have to pick up where my dishwasher falls short. I hate washing dishes, so when my dishwashing pods don't do the trick, I'm not looking forward to washing by hand. Maybe I need to 'prewash' before loading the dishwasher.
Dawn must have heard our grievances because Dawn Powerwash Soap is officially here. By the looks of it, the Powerwash dish spray works as a pre-treatment. In the past, I've just filled up a pot with dish soap and called it a night and said I would scrub it in the morning.
Dawn Platinum Powerwash Dish Spray, Dish Soap, Fresh Scent Bundle, 1 Starter-Kit (16 fl oz) plus 1 refill (16 fl oz ea)
I've watched a few YouTube videos of a few sponsors using Dawn Powerwash, and I have to say, it looks like Dawn dish soap in a spray bottle. People are saying you can wash as you go with it. Meaning, the suds will tackle tough messes until you're ready to rinse.
That's right; no water is needed to activate the suds. This could be an easier way to clean dishes, especially dishes with hard to reach crevices like blenders and baby bottles. Dawn says it has 5X faster grease cleaning power over non-Ultra Dawn.
Check out this video of a Curtis Stone using Dawn Powerwash. It does look like the continuous spray offers much more coverage than rinsing. You can buy refills, so start spraying and stop scrubbing! Amazon, Walmart, and Target have the starter kits in stock.
As someone who uses liquid dish soap to treat stains on my clothes, I'm willing to purchase a bottle. It'd be much easier to spray affected areas rather than squeezing Apple or Fresh Scent Dawn over grease spots.
Alright, Procter & Gamble, you've done it again. I thought Tide Pods and Mr. Clean Magic Erasers were game-changers, but Dawn Powerwash Dish Spray might be a life-changer. Spray, wipe and rinse.