How a new improved formula will ensure your glasses keep their shine
They must be clean, as they’ve just been through a dishwashing cycle – at a high temperature for a whole hour! Yet, sometimes, when we unload the dishwasher, we look at our glass bowls and tumblers and notice that they look worse rather than better for having been cleaned.
Etching on our glasses is created not only by friction during the cycle, but also from dishwashing detergents being immersed in soft water – and it’s irreversible. This, along with staining caused by detergent residues, makes you question if it’s a good idea to put that worn out-looking glass to your lips ever again! Many of us accept this etching and staining as the norm these days, with an air of domestic frustration, at least grateful that we no longer need to wash up after meals by hand.
Fortunately, the AMWAY HOMETM Research team have been looking into this problem and have found some answers – so we, and our customers, can all use our dishwashers with confidence and be proud to bring our glassware out of the cupboard again.
The original DISH DROPSTM Tabs formula has been improved and patented with a unique spot-reducing system – so whether your water is hard or soft, the staining and filming you associated with using your dishwasher will be history. The new formula also reduces the likelihood of etching ever ruining your glassware, as it’s been engineered to improve its performance in soft water.
For your convenience, the powder has been pressed into easy-to-use tabs in dissolvable wrappers, meaning you don’t even have to touch the detergent by removing any film. Another reason to switch to these new tabs is that they’re more environmentally friendly compared to their predecessors: they’re presented in packaging that’s more compact than before; yet, you still get 60 tabs in one box! You also get outstanding performance with these tabs on just a 40-degree setting on your dishwasher – so you can save on your energy bills!
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