Cloudy Glasses from Dishwasher?


If you want to prevent cloudy glasses in dishwashers just get some rinse aid. It is sold in the same isle of dish detergent. You pour this into the little cup in you dishwasher.
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Not all people will wash their dishes by hand on a day to day basis. There are many people that have dishwashers in their homes. One of the problems that some people have with their dishwashers is that they will get cloudy glasses from the dishwasher. If a person is having cloudy glasses, one thing that they may need to do is to purchase a rinse agent that can be purchased from a grocery store or a retail department store. The price of the rinse agents can be purchased in a price ranging from $3 to $5.
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1. Soak your glasses in a mixture of half water and half white vinegar for 15 to 30 minutes before placing them in the dishwasher. 2. Add only the required amount of dishwasher detergent
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