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dawn dishsoap antibactirol apple fragrance- gluten free? i went thru the ingredits and did not find it on the list but it does have a Fragrance so ihave no clue what may be in it. I need to try to wash a dish so i can eat dinner been along time since i have ate at home since the dishs are all dirty.


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:( im scared to wash my dishs.. i know i obsess slightly but i dont want to gluten myself. im out of money so i cant go get anything to eat without cooking it on are dishs of doom

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I believe that dawn is made by unilever, which means that they would clearly label any gluten, not hiding anything. When in doubt, call the phone number for the company.


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i did its off hours

its made by proctor and gamble- or distributed by


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you may want to search the board for proctor and gamble then... there have been posts on this, and I'd bet it was gluten-free, but I understand wanting to check. (I don't use it, so don't remember.)


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Here's the list from delphi, Lister:

Household Products

Ajax (Colgate-Palmolive) (800-763-0246) ( (ve=03/15/04)

All purpose cleaner (Lemon & Ammonia), Cleanser, Dish Liquids (All), Laundry Detergents (Powders & Liquids)

Amway (000.000.0000) (00/00/00)

Dish Drops; L.O.C

Amway ( (ve=12/03/2003)

Sa8 Bioquest Laundry Detergent.

Arm & Hammer (000.000.0000) (00/00/00)

Dye and perfume-free laundry detergent (both power and liquid); Pure Baking Soda (can be used as an antacid)

Cascade (Proctor & Gamble) (800-725-3296) ( (ve=03/26/04)

All varieties

Clorox and Clorox 2 (800-292-2200) (00/00/00)

Crystal White Octagon Lemon Dish Liquid (Colgate-Palmolive) (800-763-0246) ( (ve=03/15/04)

All varieties

Dawn Dish (Proctor & Gamble) (800-725-3296) ( (ve=03/26/04)

Dawn Complete, Dawn, Dawn Ultra

Dermassage Dish Liquid (Colgate-Palmolive) (800-763-0246) ( (ve=03/15/04)

All varieties

Downy (800.688.SOFT) (00/00/00)

Sheets and Liquids

Dynamo Laundry Detergent (Colgate-Palmolive) (800-763-0246) ( (ve=03/15/04)

All varieties

Ecover (000.000.0000) (00/00/00)

Powder Dishwashing Detergent

Electrasol (000.000.0000) (vp=06/04/02)

Dishwasher Tabs. NOTE: Powder Dishwashing Detergent was once gluten-free but need to check current status.

Fab Laundry Detergent (Colgate-Palmolive) (800-763-0246) ( (ve=03/15/04)

All varieties

Free Laundry Detergent (000.000.0000) (00/00/00)

Fresh Start Laundry Detergents (Colgate-Palmolive) (800-763-0246) ( (ve=03/15/04)

All varieties

Ivory Dish Soap (000.000.0000) (00/00/00)

Joy Dishsoap (Proctor & Gamble) (800-725-3296) ( (ve=03/26/04)

All varieties

Proctor & Gamble Laundry Detergents (800-725-3296) (ve=05/23/02) (

All varieties of: Tide, Era, Gain, Bold, Cheer, Dreft, Ivory Snow

Lever Brothers (800.598.5005) (vp=05/20/02)

Ultra Sunlight Dishwashing Liquid

Mule Team Borax (800-457-8739) (00/00/00)

Murphy Kitchen Care (Colgate-Palmolive) (800-763-0246) ( (ve=03/15/04)

Liquid & Spray

Murphy’s Oil Soap (Colgate-Palmolive) (800-763-0246) ( (ve=03/15/04)

Liquid, Spray, Paste, and JSM

Palmolive (Colgate-Palmolive) (800-763-0246) ( (ve=03/15/04)

Disho Liquids (All), Gel Dishwasher Detergent, Triple Action Tabs


If you are concerned about being contaminated by your dog: Nutrience Adult Dog Food Supreme Formula (Manufactured by: Hagen

Pet Foods Inc., Waverly, NY 14892 USA); Authority Dog Food (Petsmart) (no added gluten at least); NutroMax Lamb and Rice dry

food. (000.000.0000) (00/00/00)

Proctor & Gamble Dishwashing Detergents (800-725-3296) (00/00/00)

Dawn & Ultra Dawn; Ivory; Cascade; Rinse Aid; Biz

Publix Brand (000.000.0000) (00/00/00)

Disposable Latex Gloves

Pure Citrus (North American Oil Co.) (800-554-3014) ( (vp=10/17/2003)

All varieties

Seventh Generation Products ( (ve=04-25-2003)

All products are gluten free.

Shaklee household cleaning products (Shaklee Corp) ( (ve=3-4-2005)

All household cleaning products are gluten-free.

Simple Green ( (ve=9/8/04)

All Simple Green products are gluten-free.

Spray 'N Wash Stain Stick (800-260-106620) (00/00/00)

Watkin’s (vw=10/19/2003)

Fresh Wash (all)

Wisk (800.598.8008) (00/00/00)

Wisk Free & Wisk w/Bleaching action


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do you think that covers Dawn Ultra concentraded with apple sent??


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The safest rule to live by is "If not 100% sure, it does not touch your body".

I always follow the list to the letter. It's alot safer that way.

I would not use it until confirmed by the company.

But that's me...... Good ole safe, boring Karen! :lol:



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