Yes, our products are made, sourced, and stored in the USA.
We sure are! Lemi Shine was started by the Eggemeyers, a Texan family, in fact, the founder’s grandson is our current CEO.
Yes! All our products use natural citric extracts as the active ingredient, keeping our cleaners safe, and non-toxic.
We get asked this a lot! You can find the ingredients on the label. If you’re looking online, just click the ingredients panel to read more. If you still have questions, feel free to reach out to our team.
Yes, our products are vegan and cruelty free. We never test our products on animals or use any animal ingredients.
Our products don’t get mixed with anything non-Kosher, but we aren’t certified Kosher.
You can order products right here, but if you don’t want to wait on shipping you can use our store locator to find Lemi Shine at a location near you.
Fill the main wash receptacle with the Dish Detergent Booster (a.k.a. where you normally put your Dish Detergent).
Fill your pre-wash receptacle with your dish washing detergent. If you only have one receptacle, place your detergent in the bottom of your dishwasher.
Yes! To ensure the best results, place your detergent in the pre-wash receptacle, or if you don’t have a pre-wash receptacle, place your detergent in the bottom of the dishwasher.
Yes, you sure can! The Dish Detergent Booster and Shine + Rinse Aid have different jobs. The Booster is released during the primary wash cycle to prevent hard water deposits, and the Shine + Rinse Aid is released during the rinse cycle to help dry the dishes.
The heated dry cycle can dry the Shine + Rinse Aid onto your dishes, leaving behind a cloudy film. Shutting off the heated dry cycle allows the Shine + Rinse Aid to fully wash off.
Pour the contents of the pouch into the bottom of your dishwasher.
No, for a deep and efficient clean your dishwasher should be empty.
No, no need to worry about that, the pod will dissolve inside your garbage disposal.
Pour the contents of the pouch into your empty washer tub and run on a normal cycle with hot water.
No, to get all the gunk out it’s best to use in an empty washing machine.
Each spray is a little different, so check the product label to see what surfaces our household cleaning sprays are recommended for. When in doubt, check the manufacturing instructions for a particular surface or try using the cleaner on a less visible spot first.