My Dishes Have a White Film on Them
At one time, this was less of a problem because detergents used to have phosphates in them. Since phosphates have been banned from most detergents, we have to try different ideas to rid our glass dishware of that nasty white film. One helpful habit is to scrape and rinse your dishes before you set them in the dishwasher.
Also, you can set a cup of vinegar in the rack in you dishwasher. Don't just pour the vinegar into the dishwasher. You want to set the cup of vinegar in the rack so that, as water splashes into the cup, the vinegar splashes out. This way vinegar will circulate and spray on your dishes through the entire cycle. At the end of the cycle, you just dump the cup into the sink, rinse it out, and let it dry.
Lemon juice can also work. Below is a a video on the problem.
Dishwasher not working? We are happy to come to your home and diagnose any dishwasher problem you have. Below are some tips that you may want to try before calling. Of course, if these tips don't help in your case, and you live in the Dallas, Fort Worth, or mid-cities area, feel free to give us a call at 817-262-8819
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