Washing up liquid and I use Ecover in a refillable plastic bottle. I know the bottle is plastic but kitchen? glass? This is a case for reusable plastic if ever there was one and I have been using mine for YEARS now.If you wanted to be a purist you could use a metal bottle I guess. Check out where you can find a refill service here .
Cotton dishcloth. You can usually find the old style cotton knitted dishcloth in local shops and hardware stores such as Wilkinsons. Or you can knit your own. If you cant knit you can buy hand knitted from Etsy and lie.
Bristle brushes are useful for scrubbing away burnt on gunk. They can bought on-line here or from the delightful kitchen ware shops at Saltaire Mill.
You can find a range of scouring pads here from the butch knitted metal to the soft and natural luffa.
Washing up gloves. – biodegradable Fairtrade rubber gloves – guaranteed to compost down.
Cotton tea towel.
Now all you need is someone to actually wash the dishes. Come on Grandma….
Or you can get an dishwasher and use this plastic free dish wash powder from Sainsburys and other supermarkets.. Goodbye Grandma…