Who cleans the dishwasher? 

Top tip!


I find to get the the best performance out of my dishwasher, salt and rinse aid! The tablet just isn’t enough. The light on dishwasher will tell you when to top up.

Salt is cheap to buy, you can buy a branded or supermarket own,


This product doesn’t just clean plates but also cleans the drains. It’s a good cheap cleaner. The second must product is Rinse Aid! This helps with drying and making those glasses shine.


Today dishwashers are more energy efficient and because of this the heating element isn’t as powerful as an old style dishwasher, some customers will comment that the plastic items are still wet. So make sure you use a rinse aid, to aid the drying cycle.

You don’t need expensive tablets for the dishwasher if you use seperate salt and rinse aid. I use daisy! From tesco.

No need for expensive cleaning products for the dishwasher, just cut a lemon up, pop  on the top rack and put on the hottest wash with nothing inside.


Your machine will come out shining and smelling lovely.

Don’t forget when you filling the salt container to wash your filter out too.

Hope you like my tips why not share this post with family and friends.

If you know of a group that would like a free talk about how to get the best out of your domestic appliances then give us a call.

Fiona from Appliance Solutions

Ledbury: 01531 636369

 

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Where has the time gone? 

February has started off very well for Appliance Solutions, we have been very busy in the shop thou it has been a lot colder this month we have had a lot of oil filled radiators going to take off that chill, it does help to have the lovely sun shining on the Windows! Only trouble with the sun shining on the Windows! They need cleaning. Jo swears by vinegar and newspaper.  

 This week I also had a talk to do, with the VIP group, this group have lots of fabulous members, many already customers, I enjoy this more as I remind them of what products they have it helps if you can remember their names too, I struggle with that as I’m getting older, the visually impaired group, love the hints and tips on how they can get more out of their machines. I was presented with a lovely plant and a card, the cards I get I put on my notice board and also go on my webpage for testimols.  

 If you know of a group that would like a group talk free of charge, please do not hesitate to contact me. 

Friday today, popping over to see Aunty Mabel, got to fill the coal buckets and empty the ash pan! Then it’s back to the shop to meet and greet our customers, have a get weekend folks. 

 Fiona