Cascade Platinum Power Dry Rinse Aid's sheeting action helps prevent dish water from clinging to your dishes during your machine's rinse cycle so your dishes rinse cleaner, dry faster and more effectively,* and come out dry and shining with virtually no water spots or streaks. *vs. detergent alone• Dishes rinse clean for brilliant shine• Use for virtually spot-free dishes• Delivers unbelievable drying• Refill your rinse aid dispenser monthly, or as needed, for best results• #1 Recommended Brand in North America* *More dishwasher brands in North America recommend Cascade vs. any other automatic dishwashing detergent brand, recommendations as part of co-marketing agreements• Cascade Rinse Aid has earned the Good Housekeeping Seal
"Wow! I was shocked. I usually need to soak pots and pans before loading them." - Jessica G
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Tougher than burnt-on messes. No pre-wash needed.
Cascade Dishwasher Cleaner helps remove limescale buildup, grease, and odors from your dishwasher.
Cascade Power Dry really works well in having the dishes come out almost completely dry. However, I've never been able to find the ingredients that make it up. Maybe someone from Cascade could contact me.
Yes, I recommend this product !
Not sure why a rinse aid needs a fragrance, but this product's fragrance stays on the dishes and imparts at least an interfering odor on glasses and plates. It should not have a fragrance at all, just the fresh smell of clean.
No, I do not recommend this product.
Your feedback is incredibly important to us, and rest assured we’re letting our team know you’d like to see a Rinse Aid without a fragrance. We want to assure you that any scent left on dishes isn’t harmful, as all our ingredients, including our perfumes, are thoroughly tested to ensure that they are safe to use. Please don’t hesitate to give us a call at (800) 765-5516 if there’s anything else we can do to help.
Maybe the chemical properties of this rinse aid are good, but it is virtually impossible to pour it into a rinse aid port - it spills all around, forms bubble that blocks the opening etc. It's like trying to fill a narrow test tube with molasses using a bucket.
To get just the right amount of Cascade in your dishwasher, we suggest tipping the bottle with the cap on over the rinse aid spot. Remove the cap and gently squeeze the bottle for a more controlled pour. We hope this helps and we can always be reached at (800) 765-5516.