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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahalfdozen View Post
    I have 4 kids 6 and under, and a husband, who all insist on using the most amount of dishes possible. Plus I love making casseroles and bakes. And baking. So it will be nice to have somewhere I can stick 20 plates (literally) as well as a casserole dish and some pots in one go
    Looking forward to hearing about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    No dishwasher I've used has dried plastic. Rinse aid helps a tiny bit but not much. I usually put the plastic containers upright and leave them sitting for a couple of hours then put them away after evaporation has done its thing....because I'm lazy 😂
    Ours always dries everything. I couldn't think of anything worse then paying a fortune for a dishwasher and then having to dry half the contents 😂😂😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterlily View Post
    Ours always dries everything. I couldn't think of anything worse then paying a fortune for a dishwasher and then having to dry half the contents 😂😂😂
    Which one do,you have?

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    Those with an LG dishwasher, do,you use the finish tablets?

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    I'm still waiting for my dishwasher, they said this week, so I rang to get an update...ummmm they said next week it will be here...and I've paid fully for it. Not a happy camper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Those with an LG dishwasher, do,you use the finish tablets?
    Yes I use the tablets and I still use rinse aid.
    That sucks you're still waiting! But it will be well worth the wait

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    Quote Originally Posted by clb84 View Post
    Yes I use the tablets and I still use rinse aid.
    That sucks you're still waiting! But it will be well worth the wait
    I think it's poor customer service actually, they were quiet rude on the phone yesterday and this is the manager. In the end he said, "if your not happy Come and get a refund" fair enough but umm you could of said sorry. LoL

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    I used to use the tablets as thought they were better, but I switched to powder and rinse aid as I was having powder residue left on things. A plumber also told me the tablets are harder on some items and likened it to sandblasting LOL. Not sure if that is right, but I switched a few years ago and have never gone back. I give this a rough rinse before going in and also only fill to the 1/4 line. Everything comes out clean and no more powder residue. Plus, powder is cheaper so that's a bonus!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    I used to use the tablets as thought they were better, but I switched to powder and rinse aid as I was having powder residue left on things. A plumber also told me the tablets are harder on some items and likened it to sandblasting LOL. Not sure if that is right, but I switched a few years ago and have never gone back. I give this a rough rinse before going in and also only fill to the 1/4 line. Everything comes out clean and no more powder residue. Plus, powder is cheaper so that's a bonus!
    What kind of powder?

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    I use Finish.


 

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