Post # 1
So our house has hard water. Shockingly this has done wonders for my hair but it’s horrendous on our dishes. Anyone have tried and true dishwasher detergents or boosters you use to get rid of hard water spots? We use Jet Dry rinse and Cascade pods for detergent.
Post # 2
White vinegar really helps. I used to put a cup or so if it in the dishwasher, on the top shelf. I assume you don’t have the option of a water softner?
Post # 3
As the person above mentioned, white vinegar. There is hard water everywhere where I am, so all the good dishwashing products come with built-in anti-calcium.
Post # 4
I use white vinegar too! We have hard water pretty bad here…I just put the vinegar in the rinse dispenser thing. And I use cascade pods. Works well for me! Now to get the grime off of the faucets and drains is different! Lol
Post # 5
We seem to have good luck by using 2 pods. It seems to work better that way. I also use Jet Dry in the rinse dispenser.
Post # 6
How is it good for your hair? It destroyed mine. So envious!
Post # 8
I throw vinegar right into the jet dry space often.
You can also buy dishwasher cleaners, to remove some of the scale. The active ingredient is usually citric acid, I have at times just stuck a container with citric acid into the otherwise empty dishwasher.