Is it worse to wash fruits & veggies with dish soap rather than plain water?

It's a fairly recent thing i been doing, but i dont have veggie wash or anything & feel like i should be getting as much wax & pesticides off them as possible. I only do this with whole bigger fruits & veggies that can be properly rubbed like apples, tomatoes, cucumbers, etc....not like blackberries or... show more It's a fairly recent thing i been doing, but i dont have veggie wash or anything & feel like i should be getting as much wax & pesticides off them as possible.
I only do this with whole bigger fruits & veggies that can be properly rubbed like apples, tomatoes, cucumbers, etc....not like blackberries or broccoli or something.
My uncle, however, stated the other day that putting soap on em is just adding more chemical residue rather than getting it off, & i had thought of this possibilitly before....But then again they feel squeeky cleaner after i scrub em so idk i feel like soap is a better idea than nothing or veggie washes.
What would you say?

Thanks!
Peace
Update: LOL! Is it really That awful!??? ahaaha maybe i should stop huh...
Well i mean ya'll do realize youre eating in plates & dishes that have been lathered in dish soap all the time too right? lol
Okay just checking :p
Update 2: @ the 3rd dude- REALLY!!???
Update 3: I love D bonners castile soap! ive started using that for washing em ever since asking this question....lol...actually that was the whole point i asked it!! lol I use it to wash my hair too sometimes when i got nowhere to go! lol :p
Thanks guys :)
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