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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Ok....someone on the board the other day mentioned dish soap(something I had not thought of) :rolleyes: . Which/what dish soaps are gluten-free? Currently I am using JOY! Anybody have any info?

-Jessica

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I guess I'll go ahead and answer my own question here! ha ;)

Here is the response I got back from Procter and Gamble on Joy Dish Soap:

Hi, Jessica.

Joy Dishwashing Liquids do not contain gluten. I hope this helps! Thanks for

stopping by.

Angie

Joy Team

Hope that can help someone else!!

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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Jessica

I've never had a problem with dish soap, I use Palmolive.

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Dawn Dishwashing Detergent: Manufactured by Procter & Gamble. Gluten free: Yes. Vegetarian: Unknown. Verified: 11/25/02. Comments: No vegetarian info available.

Tide Laundry Detergents (liquid & powder): Manufactured by Procter & Gamble. Gluten free: Yes. Vegetarian: Unknown. Verified: 11/25/02. Comments: No vegetarian info available.

Found on: http://www.clanthompson.com/celiacsite/res..._everyelse.html

Connie

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I recently purchased a gluten free/casein free shopping guide. It is updated every year, so these should be current and it also lists toiletry and cleaning products. This is what it says under Household Products:

Colgate-Palmolive Household Products

Ajax dish liquids-all variants

Crystal White octagon lemon dish liquid

Dermassage dish liquid

Palmolive dish liquids-all variants

Palmolive gel dishwasher detergent

Ajax All Purpose cleaner-lemon & ammonia

Ajax cleanser

Sun & Earth Hypoallergenic Diswashing Liquid

Nature's Plus Hypoallergenic Liquid Soap

I hope this helps. I was never a name brand shopper until I had to go gluten-free. I would buy whatever I felt like getting, or what was on sale. Now I have to stick to the brands that work for me! I guess I'll start looking for coupons for these products!

God bless,

Mariann

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I didn't realize that we needed to worry about dish soap. So many things to think about....

Speaking of dishes, though, my in-laws just visited here, and I'm feeling sick again. I think it's their dish-washing method. They fill the sink, then dunk in the dishes (full of wheat crumbs), rub the sponge around, and then put them in the rack--no rinsing! Am I being overparanoid in thinking that this could result in contamination? Dish soap issues aside, I ALWAYS rinse well, especially when there's bread crumbs around, and usually don't do the fill-the-sink method. Plus, how much soap am I ingesting if the dishes aren't rinsed?

Thanks for your input!

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