Does Dish Soap Kill Grass?

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It's often been a question of debate as to if ordinary dish soap will kill grass. The answer is that is will not. Even is you are using dish soap to clean items outdoors, and some of it accidentally gets on the grass, you do not have to worry about it harming the lawn.
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