Dear Sirs, Recently, due to a drought, our city water has become very hard and all the dishware I wash in my dishwasher comes out with a heavy white haze on it, which I was told is Calcium/Magnesium. This is especially noticeable on my clear glassware, but it can even be felt on my dinner plates. I would like to know ways to eliminate the haze. Would it be OK to add white vinegar to the last rinse water? If so, about how much? Or what ratio of vinegar to water? Or do you have other chemicals, or suggestions as to how to correct this problem? Your advice will be appreciated. Thank you. Sincerely, Wesley Y. W.
ANSWER Hello Wesley,
The manufacturers are recommending to use Finish Quantum Power Tabs. They are the only thing on the market right now that are not leaving a white residue. You see, the manufacturers of the detergent have been required once again, to remove the phosphates from the detergent. This leaves the appliance manufacturers scrambling to find something to help their customers to get a satisfactory wash result.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Wednesday, August 29, 2012