If you are like me, you hate when dishes come out of the dishwasher dirty. It is frustruating when guests are over for dinner and a fork gets pulled out with water spots and grime. This seems to be a very common problem in my house. It was getting so bad that I was practically washing my dishes prior to loading them up in the dishwasher. Not. Fun.
I experimented with different dishwashing detergents finding out some do work better than others. I noticed that with my dishwasher, the powder detergent doesn't work very well at all, ever. So when I ran across the Cascade Platinum pacs, I was entrigued. Powder and gel in one little pac. They claim that the pacs would clean 24 hour stuck on food. I was a little hesitant because the pacs were a little more expensive than the gels or powders, but would it save me time? And frustration?
Yes, and Yes! I have been so impressed with these little action pacs. Now I don't have to spend anytime rinsing my dishes and they come out sparkling every single time! And, they really do clean 24 hour stuck on food!!!! They really are not that expensive after all, only 29 cents per dose. Who knew I could get so excited about dishwashing detergent!
Now I don't have to worry when I have a dinner party. My guests will always have sparkling clean dishes.
Cascade is running a fun photo contest. Show off your sparkling dishes and you could win a new Whirlpool! Here is the info:
The Cascade “My Platinum” contest is a four-week Instagram contest encouraging fans to upload photos related to the weekly contest themes. Show off how sparkly Cascade makes all your pots, pan and plates!Visit the contest landing page (http://tinyurl.com/PlatBlog) for information on how to enter and submit images.
Each week, two contestants will be selected to receive a brand new Whirlpool dishwasher. Additionally, one lucky grand prize winner will receive a Platinum kitchen makeover!
Cascade website: http://bit.ly/16Te3N5
Cascade Facebook page: http://on.fb.me/10Y8RQQ
#MyPlatinum Instagram contest: http://tinyurl.com/PlatBlog