What is Cajeput?
Cajeput is a wonderfully aromatic Australian Native oil that smells similar to Eucalyptus but a tad 'fresher'.
And what about the salt?
Located just 50km from the Mount Zero Olive grove in the Wimmera Region of Western Victoria sits a vast salt lake with a striking pink hue. The lake is fed by natural salt aquifers and each summer dries out to reveal a bed of salmon coloured pink salt.
Closely following the advice of the Barengi Gadjin Land Council, who represent the Wimmera's traditional landowners - Mt. Zero Olives & Salt collaboratively hand harvest the lake for just 2 weeks a year to maintain this beautiful natural resource and the unique surrounds.
Mount Zero Pink Lake Salt is a natural product which varies in pigment from wet to dry. The local provenance of the salt, along with the hand harvesting, natural sun drying and the salts beautiful colour are a mirror Mount Zero's core principles of regionalism, sustainability and quality.
Furthermore – the packaging!
Lil’Bit Better take a huge amount of care and pride to package their products in eco-friendly materials. They consider the environment and health and wellbeing as a priority in everything they do and care is taken to ensure they have high quality products in every single batch! What an amazing Australian business!
Hard Water Note
If you have hard water, these tablets will clean and remove dirt and grease, however, your glasses will most likely have a few hard water spots and will not be 100% crystal clear.
Add 1Tbsp white vinegar to the rise aid compartment as a rinse aid to help reduce spots.
Note: Not for use in commercial dishwashers.