Top Dish Soap Bottle Solutions: Chef's Planet, Lorina & Two More

Top Dish Soap Bottle Solutions: Chef's Planet, Lorina & Two More

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Maxwell Ryan
Feb 24, 2015

This is my dish soap bottle sitting at my sink. I love it for two reasons: 1. it allows me to easily dispense my mix of 1/3 dish soap and 2/3 water while washing the dishes, and 2. it has no labels and looks a lot better than a plastic dish soap bottle. Over the years I've used a number of different bottle solutions, some of which are below. What are yours?

Top Dish Soap Bottles

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The very first type of bottle I ever used was one of these from the art supply store. While not as aesthetically pleasing, they're possibly the best solution as they squeeze so nicely, are so light and and are unbreakable.


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Find any old bottle and put one of these pourers into it and it'll work great and look fabulous. Lorina bottles are really nice, and you get to drink the lemonade first. :)


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Hailing from the chemistry lab of your youth, this is the first glass thingy I've seen specifically designed for dish soap. Made of tough borosilicate glass, it has a wider opening up top for soap, no rubber insert and a wide collar to catch drips. NOTE: Amazon says it's under review right now, but, on the other hand, you could easily get the Olive Oil version that costs half as much (remember that if you water down your soap, the smaller opening shouldn't make a difference).

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