Cascade Dishwasher Detergent Problems and Complaints
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Cascade Dishwasher Detergent – What You Need To Know
By Dan Tardio
Clean dishes are about more than just the dishwasher. It’s about the detergent too! And with so many on the market we decided to tell you about our favorite – Cascade Dishwasher Detergent – here’s what you need to know.
Cascade two in one has been a real hit and I think it goes beyond the great job it does. When you open the package you see these wonderful little bright blue and spring green bubble. They are rather refreshing on their own.
The tablets are rather intriguing to look at. The plastic casing will dissolve with the water and inside the pouch is Dawn dishwashing liquid and Cascade dishwashing powder. That’s it. And just in case you might forget whose product you have in bold red letters on the bottom you’ll discover the word Cascade.
There are actually two varieties that you can choose from. The Original blue Dawn or the new Citrus Breeze scented orange Dawn. What will you do with two choices?
Now I love Dawn as a dishwashing detergent so the logical deduction would be that I would like the Cascade dishwasher version. And of course I was right.
The packaging that holds the pouches is easy to open. Use your scissors, cut the top, and then it reseals with a zip lock style top. In fact Cascade has gone as far as including a diagram of a pair of scissors at the top. The reseal holds well and since the pouches are water soluble that’s important!
It’s a good idea to make sure your hands are dry before grabbing the pouches since they could become squishy and start to dissolve in your hands.
They are a breeze to use. No unwrapping, no pouring, no puncturing. Just take the pouch out of the bag, pop it into the dishwasher’s soap dispenser, close the door and start the dishwasher. That’s it – how simple is that? No fuss no muss!
Both of the scents that are available are nice but if you don’t like fragrance or are sensitive to it stick with the original blue. No matter which you choose the strong smell of the dishwasher soap can still be smelled.
Now let’s talk about performance. On a scale of 1 to 10 I’d give this product a 10. It works well, cuts grease, no streaks, no spots, and no fogging. The Action Pac works great! There’s no reason to rinse the dishes. It cuts through grease without hesitation. And it’s easy and convenient to use.
As with any of these cleaners it comes with a warning not to get it on you skin or in your eyes and to keep it away from children. It also lists the first aid treatments clearly on the packaging.
You can buy a pack of 20 pouches for around $4.00 so that works out to about 20 cents a cleaning. Shop on line and you can even save more. I think It’s a great buy and with all that cleaning power how can you go wrong?
Dan is a part-time appliances repairman and with his dishwasher website at http://www.alldishwashers.com, he gives reviews of both commercial and residential models and states common problems that he encounters with each one, with solutions! To learn more visit the dishwasher reviews website.
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