We recommend consulting the usage labels on the back label of our products to determine how much powder or gel detergent to put in your dishwasher. However, there are times it may be necessary to use more or less depending on your home’s water hardness.
Undissolved detergent can be caused by low water temperature, improper storage of detergent, or old detergent; or your dishwasher’s detergent chamber being blocked by an obstruction like a large or overhanging utensil or dish. Before adding detergent, check to make sure the chamber isn’t wet, as this can cause sticking. Consider trying Cascade Platinum ActionPacs™ which are designed to dissolve quickly right from the start of a wash cycle.
Film or spots on your glassware can be a frustrating sight, and removing wet dishes after a complete cycle can leave you feeling like the job isn’t quite done. Luckily, all Cascade dishwashing products are formulated with built-in rinse aid action. And if you want additional protection, there’s Cascade Power Dry Rinse Aid. Just add it to your dishwasher’s rinse-aid dispenser and it’s automatically released into the rinse cycle. Use Cascade Power Dry Rinse Aid to rinse away tiny food particles and residues that can cause spots on dishes and allows water to sheet off dishes to provide better drying. Refill your rinse aid dispenser monthly for best performance.
Our ActionPacs tubs and bags are designed to easily seal and keep out moisture. As with any household cleaning product, store your dishwasher detergent in a secure location, away from small children and pets. Keep detergent in its original container with the label intact.
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