I run an apartment cleaning business. Apartment complexes will call me to help clean up apartments after the residents have left. While most residents will try to clean the bathroom, refrigerator and carpets, they often forget the dishwasher.
The dishwasher is the number one place that most residents forget to clean. I have opened up dishwashers and discovered food particles in there that tend to make it smell. I have discovered dishwashers that have extensive lime deposit buildup and then there are just ones that have extensive hard water staining in there.
When I would come across these types of dishwashers I would get on my hands and knees, and scrub the entire surface by hand. After several months of doing that I decided to see if I could find some other alternative ways that would help me clean the dishwasher faster. I tried searching how to clean a dishwasher on Google, but the solutions looked like they would take too long.
That was when I came across Dishwasher Magic. Fellow friends recommend that I try this product out. They said that it was designed to work as a dishwasher deodorizer and would help remove hard water stains in dishwashers and lime deposits.
The instructions were extremely easy to follow. All I had to do was unscrew the cap and set the bottle in the silverware tray and then run it on a regular cycle. The first dishwasher I used it on I was amazed at the result. Dishwasher Magic did everything it said it would. The lime deposits disappeared and the odors were non-existent.
Dishwasher Magic is now a permanent staple in my cleaning supplies.
You may think that your dishwasher is clean and safe and doesn't need to be cleaned regularly. After all, it uses hot water and soap with every cycle so it cleans itself, right? Unfortunately that is not the case. Think about this: You regularly clean your tub or shower, right? The tub or shower uses hot water and soap as well. So really, what is the difference? So just like your tub or shower, you should definitely be cleaning your dishwasher with Dishwasher Magic to keep it clean and safe.
Did you know that because of the way a dishwasher works, it will actually accumulate old food particles that may grow harmful bacteria and germs such as e-coli and salmonella? These and other bacteria can flourish inside your dishwasher and can cause serious illnesses.
You will be relieved to know that Dishwasher Magic can effectively kill 99.9 percent of those harmful germs and bacteria. As America's number one rated dishwasher cleaner, this product has received certification from the Environmental Protection Agency for its effectiveness. This efficient method of ridding your dishwasher of germs can be particularly beneficial should friends or family be more sensitive to germs. You will rest assured that your dishes are not only clean, but also free of harmful germs and bacteria.
In addition to sanitizing your dishwasher, it will also clean those pesky hard water and rust stains. No one likes to look at the inside of a dishwasher that is crusted with lime scales and other deposits. In addition, these deposits can cause that unwanted spotting of your dishes. Because Dishwasher Magic will remove those stains and deposits from the interior of your washer, including the arms and jets, your dishwasher will be clean and sparkling - and so will your dishes.
Dishwasher Magic is convenient and easy to use. All you have to do, once a month, is pop open the top of the container, place it in your silverware basket and run your dishwasher. Nothing could be easier. Just use it during your regular cleaning schedule and your dishwasher will remain clean and sparkling, as well as sanitized and germ and odor free.
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I've been having problems with hard water and rust buildup in my dishwasher. My mother told me that her dishwasher repair person recommended Dishwasher Magic. It seems as if everywhere I turn, I see some wonderful new product that promises to make my life easier. When I look into the product, I find that while it might have great results, the side effects aren't so great. I decided to look more closely at Dishwasher Magic to make sure it was the right fit for my family's cleaning needs.
Before I spent time researching, I wanted to make sure Dishwasher Magic really would address the problems I had with my dishwasher. My mom was right. The product claimed to deal with lime deposits in dishwasher appliances, and the dishwasher cleaner fights against rust. It also disinfects against salmonella, e-coli, and gram-negative bacteria.
But what about its reputation? According to my preliminary research, Mom's repair person wasn't the only one who claimed that Dishwasher Magic is the world’s #1 dishwasher cleaner. The product had many fans online. When I started asking my friends about it, I discovered that many of them already used the product and loved it.
Now that I knew that Dishwasher Magic worked well, and it would fix my problems, it was time to get to the really important issue — safety. Since my family eats off the dishes that go through the dishwashing cycle, I don't want any harmful chemicals. To my delight, I discovered that Dishwasher Magic is made up of natural ingredients. It's also the only dishwasher cleaner approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
After researching, I decided it was safe for my family. To keep my dishwasher clean and fight against hard water and rust, I use the product once a month. I could see the difference after only one use. To make things even better, I had no guilt or worry about negative chemical exposure when I saw my children eating off the dishes that came out of the newly cleaned dishwasher.
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There are many benefits to living in the rural area my family moved to. Hard water is not one of them. When we moved here, I didn't even know what hard water was. Now I am all too familiar with it.
Hard Water Defined
The scientific definition of hard water is water that is high in dissolved minerals, such as calcium and magnesium. Apparently, when water moves through rock and soil, it dissolves bits of minerals as it moves along. After dissolving them, it holds the minerals in solution.
While that is the scientific definition, most of the people in my area define it as the "stuff that makes your sink look dirty and decreases the performance of water-related appliances." I have to agree, especially after looking at the lime deposits in my dishwasher loads. The lime is what's left over when hard water evaporates.
Cleaning Lime Deposits in Dishwasher
How can I clean lime out of my dishwasher? That was the question I determined to get an answer for after opening my dishwasher. The orange and white streaks inside made it look as if the dishwasher load was dirty, even though I had just run the dishes through the cleaning cycle. Looking closely, I noticed that some of the jets were clogged, so obviously the water pressure in the wash cycle was affected.
Calling in the experts, I discovered there was a simple solution to my dishwasher stains problem. The professional recommended Dishwasher Magic, the world's #1 dishwasher cleaner. All I had to do was run the dishwasher with the cleaner in it once a month, and my hard water buildup disappeared.
Who knew it was that simple? The solution dissolved the minerals, cleaning my dishwasher. Now my dishes are cleaned with minimal effort, and my appliance will last much longer. I no longer need to ask, "how to remove dishwasher stains?"
Rust on metal by Georges Grondin
I know what rust is. It's that reddish stuff that stains your clothes. If you get cut with something rusty, you need to make sure you are caught up on your tetanus vaccination. What I didn't know was that rust was damaging my dishwasher.
According to science, rust is actually an oxide coating that is caused by moisture and oxygen. It's also known as iron oxide. Apparently, when water hits iron, a change occurs. The water drop merges with the carbon dioxide in the air, resulting in a weak carbonic acid. This acid dissolves the iron.
So what does this mean for my dishwasher? Well, I guess it explains how the tines in my top rack began breaking off in my last dishwasher. And it explains the red dishwasher stains. Those stains always made things look dirty even when I just cleaned. Now I have a new dishwasher, and I want it to last a long time. I asked some experts for advice and discovered that I could avoid rust and other types of build-up easily.
The experts showed me how to clean a dishwasher with Dishwasher Magic, the world's #1 dishwasher cleaner. The dishwasher cleaner is approved by the EPA so I know it's safe for my dishes and my appliance. All I have to do is run the dishwasher with the cleaner in it once a month, and my rust in dishwasher worries will be over. That's about as easy as it gets.