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    Hmm what about the plastics? My ceramics are dry some of the stainless steel stuff is a bit wet- pots thermy jug.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tappyboo View Post
    Sorry if this is a stupid question but where does the powder go? I am using tablets at the minute
    I have a little "door"about the size of a deck of cards on the inside of the door of my dishwasher. Maybe you might be putting tablets in there? In the dishwashers I have used the rinse aid filler point and the powder/tablet compartment are aside by side. If that makes sense.

    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    Hmm what about the plastics? My ceramics are dry some of the stainless steel stuff is a bit wet- pots thermy jug.
    The plastics don't usually dry completely. As a pp said plastic doesn't get hot enough to dry. most of my plastics are dry enough and those that aren't, I put on the dish rack on the sink for a couple hours or just leave in there till I need to use the dishwasher next.


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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    Hmm what about the plastics? My ceramics are dry some of the stainless steel stuff is a bit wet- pots thermy jug.
    Pretty much everything is wet without rinse aid. When I use rinse aid I never have to dry anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stretched View Post
    The quantum instructions say you do not need to use rinse aid with them. I've been using these and just started using eco store, which also say they include rinse aid, and have had no problems (new machine though).
    My machine is brand new too. They wash pretty damn good. and dry pretty well.. but dry just that much better with rinse aid in the machine. I have to admit i find the powder is a little to abrasive.. I might try some of the tips and tricks I have seen on here when I empty this packet.

    Even plastics are dry with Rinse aid. They might need a shake to get of pooled water but no more effort then if I was shaking off a table cloth after dinner.
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    Default Re: Dishwasher tips?

    Just use white vinegar instead of rinse aid. It's like using vinegar as softner when washing clothes...your clothes will dry faster.

    Also, if you're using powder instead of tablets, don't fill up the powder drawer thing. You only need to put less than half. Trial it and see how you go.

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    I've heard vinegar ruins seals? No idea if it's really true but it makes me hesitant to use it.

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    Seals of...the dishwasher? No problem here.

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    Default Re: Dishwasher tips?

    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    I've heard vinegar ruins seals? No idea if it's really true but it makes me hesitant to use it.
    So can some of the fancy tablets and using too much powder. I heard that straight from a Fisher and paykel dishwasher repairer/retailer

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