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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahalfdozen View Post
    We have bore water but he said it still shouldn't be needed. We do have to keep on top of running a descaler through it though.
    It usually isn't an issue. Our bore water when growing up was pretty 'hard'.

    As you mentioned - you just have to keep on top of using the descaler.

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    So I couldn't find the finish brand salt.

    Any idea where I can find it.

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    You don't need salt. If you are worried use rock salt. And descale every once in a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    You don't need salt. If you are worried use rock salt. And descale every once in a while.
    Well, today we were told we don't need it and only Miele need it. We were told they put the salt in the booklet as these machines are designed for Europe also.

    If your confused so am I.

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    Ok, so I used the dishwasher, only on quick cycle 29minutes and it did a great job and dried plastic.


 

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