This shop about Dishwasher Cleaner #SparklySavings has been compensated by #CollectiveBias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. How frustrating is it when I have loaded the dishwasher, emptied it and then the kids go to grab a glass and put it right back into the dishwasher because it is not clean? This has been the norm at our house until now and our dishes have been cleaner by using Finish Dishwasher Cleaner.
I was convinced it was my dishwasher and I have cleaned out the filter a bunch of times. Maybe it was me being too lazy to wash the dishes before washing them in the dishwasher? Seems like a waste of water doing that! I had to put Finish Dishwasher cleaner to the test. I found a coupon for Finish products and Walmart has it on Rollback so it would be worth trying.
While at Walmart I decided to pick up Finish Quantum Power and Free, as it has less harsh chemicals for your family. Since you are eating off the plates I never really thought about the harsh chemicals staggering there. Best feature is that Quantum™ Power & Free™ delivers sparkling clean and amazing shine, without having to pre rinse! It’s three-chamber capsule features powerful cleaning ingredients with Hydrogen Peroxide Action to attack the toughest food stains and leave a brilliant shine, all while using less harsh chemicals.
Now for the test. First real test was a plastic container with rings of red chili or tomato sauce, you know the look.
Boom came out clean.
Next some dishes with spaghetti sauce that I was too lazy to completely rinse.
Boom clean again.
I am in love but one fault of this economy size is the packaging. I am all about getting to something quick. If I have to work for it, like taking it out of the box, then out of the plastic packaging, I get frustrated. I decided to make some DIY dishwasher detergent containers
First I used a recycled jar. Spray painted the top and added a chalk label. Boom I have a cute container to keep on top of the kitchen sink.
Well being the economy size and still feeling lazy to refill the glass jar every time, I reused a plastic container from my old dish washing detergent. Wrapped it in some wrapping paper with deoupage glue. Added a label and I have a cute container for under the sink storage.
In reality I will not ever really rinse off the dishes completely, not while I still have 3 kids in the house, so why not help my dishwasher out with the best dishwasher detergent I have used.