packs are more convenient than powders or gels, but they cost more. You'll need to measure traditional powders and gels, while gel packs and tabs
come pre-measured. Powders are typically least expensive, while gel packs are
water can leave cloudy mineral deposits behind. These deposits should be washed off before using dishes.
is often unnecessary with modern detergents and dishwashers.
too much dishwasher detergent can leave a film on dishes. If you're getting film, try using less of the product.
not use manual dishwashing soap in a dishwasher. It will make far too many suds and may cause your dishwasher to overflow.
Most homemade dishwasher detergent
recipes call for Borax. However, the manufacturer of Borax doesn't recommend its use because it may
scratch glasses and dishware.
The type of water you have -- hard or soft
-- can affect how well a dishwasher detergent works. Hard water contains more calcium than
soft water, which can cause streaking on glassware. If your water is especially
hard, you may want to consider using a rinse agent to prevent deposits.
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