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Amazon [amazon.com] has 3-Ct Finish In-Wash Dishwasher Cleaner: Clean Hidden Grease and Grime for $3.26 when you 'clip' the $1.03 off coupon on the product page and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25 or more.


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Amazon [amazon.com] has 8.45-Oz Finish Dual Action Dishwasher Cleaner for $2.60 when you 'clip' the $0.98 off coupon located on the product page and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

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  • $3.77 - $0.98 Coupon Savings - 5% Subscribe & Save = $2.60


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What appears on the label: INGREDIENTS: Water softener, cleaning agents, dishwasher and china protection agent, water, thickening agent and bleach, Chlorine Bleach, Sodium Silicate and Sodium Carbonate

Same results can be achieved running a empty cycle with bleach "OR" vinegar W/hydrogen peroxide.
I'm far from an expert on the matter, but I would assume that the dishwasher cleaners are targeting mineral and other build-ups that come from the water itself over time. Most cleaners have a certain level of alkaline or acid. Regular dishwasher soap probably is one of them, while this would be the other. I could be wrong, but basically this stuff should be targeting long-term build-up.

A regularly-used dishwasher could be considered "clean" from use, but often there will be some discoloration or build-up from minerals in the water, and even from the dishwasher soaps.

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Use these on our dishwasher since it was new (4yrs ago) and it looks brand new and no smells.

Def worth it n stock up. I do it every 2 months
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Is this just citric acid??
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Thanks op
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Tang also works well for this purpose
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Never used this type of product before. Which is better- the tabs or the container? Thanks OP for sharing.
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Quote from sark :
Tang also works well for this purpose
Poon Tang???
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Quote from susano :
Is this just citric acid??

What appears on the label: INGREDIENTS: Water softener, cleaning agents, dishwasher and china protection agent, water, thickening agent and bleach, Chlorine Bleach, Sodium Silicate and Sodium Carbonate


Same results can be achieved running a empty cycle with bleach "OR" vinegar W/hydrogen peroxide.
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What about running an empty cycle with your regular dishwasher cleaner? Will that do anything?
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Dual Action bottle is back to $3.77.
No Coupon on bottle either.

Thought this was interesting:
clicked on first item on the page as the price seemed reasonable. Till you check the delivery price - it's supposed to be shipped by Finish, the company that makes the product. Thanks, I pass on that price!

$2.79
$55.50 delivery: May 17 - 19


Tablets otoh did have coupon and it applied to each quantity (S&S 15%):
tems (2): $9.04
Shipping & handling: $0.00
Subscribe & Save: -$1.36
Your Coupon Savings: -$2.06
Total before tax: $5.62
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Quote from slick-In-NYC :
What about running an empty cycle with your regular dishwasher cleaner? Will that do anything?
Do you mean regular dishwasher detergent? Yes, it'll waste detergent.

This is dishwasher cleaner, so not sure what you're asking.
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Can someone legitimately explain to me how a dishwasher becomes dirty if you're using it regularly and it's in full working order?
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Can someone legitimately explain to me how a dishwasher becomes dirty if you're using it regularly and it's in full working order?
I'm far from an expert on the matter, but I would assume that the dishwasher cleaners are targeting mineral and other build-ups that come from the water itself over time. Most cleaners have a certain level of alkaline or acid. Regular dishwasher soap probably is one of them, while this would be the other. I could be wrong, but basically this stuff should be targeting long-term build-up.

A regularly-used dishwasher could be considered "clean" from use, but often there will be some discoloration or build-up from minerals in the water, and even from the dishwasher soaps.
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I'm far from an expert on the matter, but I would assume that the dishwasher cleaners are targeting mineral and other build-ups that come from the water itself over time. Most cleaners have a certain level of alkaline or acid. Regular dishwasher soap probably is one of them, while this would be the other. I could be wrong, but basically this stuff should be targeting long-term build-up.

A regularly-used dishwasher could be considered "clean" from use, but often there will be some discoloration or build-up from minerals in the water, and even from the dishwasher soaps.
Then wouldn't the same minerals build up on all the dishes and silverware if regular detergent is not effective in getting rid of them? The dishwasher is getting washed at the same time as the dishes by the same water and detergent. If there's mineral buildup on the dishwasher, there would be the same buildup on the dishes.
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