If you’re like most people, you probably just set your dishwasher to the same cycle every wash. It’s OK, we all do it. But, have you ever stopped to wonder why your washer even has those other cycles? While different manufacturers give their cycles different names, we can help you get to know them, including one that gets the job done faster.
Uses your dishwasher’s full power to get lightly soiled dishes clean in about half the time.
Many newer washers have these types of cycles, programmed to sense soil level and choose the cycle needed.
Used for your harder-to-clean pots, pans, and casserole dishes.
This is the cycle most people use, good for everyday use.
Saves water and energy.
For your more fragile dishes.
Every dishwasher manufactured after 2013 has a Quick Wash type of setting. It may not be called Quick Wash. It could be Fast, Express, Rapid, Turbo, Light, or something else.
But if you use Quick Wash, will your dishes get fully clean? They will if you use the right detergent. Cascade Platinum now has 50%* more cleaning power. So it powers away the toughest messes, even on the Quick Wash cycle.
*% cleaning ingredients vs. Cascade Complete ActionPacs™
In the habit of rinsing your dishes before you put them in the dishwasher? Good news. With Cascade Platinum, no pre-wash is necessary. And for the ultimate clean and dry every time, check out the entire regimen of Cascade Platinum, Power Dry Rinse Aid, and Dishwasher Cleaner.
Wondering how you can save energy while using the dishwasher? Get solutions to dish issues and other dishwasher tips from Cascade.
Unsure of what you can put into your dishwasher? Not sure if it's dishwasher safe? Follow these guidelines before loading your dishwasher with your kitchen items.
Is your dishwasher not cleaning dishes as well as it should? Use our troubleshooting guide to determine the most common problems and what needs to be done.