Cascade Rinse Aid Demo
Hello. we are coming to you from the Cascade test kitchen. Here at Cascade we have been automatically cleaning dishes for over 50 years. Thank you for helping Cascade become America's number one dishwashing detergent. Did you know that Cascade also makes Cascade Rinse Aid. Cascade Rinse Aid works together with your detergent to minimize spotting and deliver unbelievable drying. So how does it work? Simple. Cascade Rinse Aid has specialized wetting agents that allow water to sheet off the dishes, that means efficient rinsing of residues like food particles and minerals like calcium that can cause spots on your dishes. As a result, Cascade Rinse Aid delivers unbelievable drying and superior spot protection versus using detergent alone, and it's easy to use. Most dishwashers have a rinse aid dispenser. Simply open the dispenser compartment and fill completely with Cascade Rinse Aid. We recommend refilling monthly for best performance. That's it! We invite you to try Caascade Rinse Aid with Cascade ActionPacs for amazing spot protection. Cascade, consider it clean.
Hard Water Filming HelpHelp with Hard Water Filming
If you're seeing filming or spotting on dishes or glassware there is a good chance that hard water is one of the primary causes. So what is hard water? Simple put, it's water with higher levels of calcium and other natural minerals. These minerals are what make up the filming or spotting you may be finding. Hard water is found all across the country. You can ask your water supplier if you have hard water. You may have seen white rings around your faucets or shower heads, these chalk rings are a good indication that you have hard water in your home.
If you already have hard water film or buildup on your dishes, here are two home remedies that may work for you. For minor problems just run your dishes in the dishwasher with two cups of vinegar in place of detergent. This will usually remove hard water filming. Even significant build up can removed by hand washing using vinegar and a dishwashing liquid. Just fill the sink with warm soapy water and add a cup of vinegar. You can let dishes soak or scrub them with a sponge. Rinse dishes thoroughly and they're good to go. Here's a recommendation that may help prevent the build up in your everyday dishwashing. If you are having issues with your current detergent, sometimes just switching to a pac will solve the problem. Pacs usually contain water softening agents to help prevent minerals and hard water from settling back on your dishes causing film or build up.