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  • Below I've got several variations of this simple homemade dishwasher stain remover you can use to get nasty hard water stains and soap build up out of your dishwasher.


    What started this discovery for me was learning about the tip to use an orange Kool Aid packet (or lemon) to clean your dishwasher.

    To use this remedy is really simple. You add the powdered Kool Aid, or other no sugar added citrus powdered drink (such as lemonade, and some people swear by Tang) to the dishwasher detergent tray, and run the dishwasher empty.

    I wanted to know why this worked, because it does, in fact, work, really well.

    Come to find out, it's the citric acid in the Kool Aid packet that gets rid of the stains caused by and other alkaline stains, like general mineral build up, in your dishwashers.

    That is why this citric acid also works well on soap stains, and soap build up in your dishwasher. You can see some of this build up, especially around your detergent tray, almost looking like streaks, if you tend to add too much soap each time you run your dishwasher.

    Just like hard water and mineral build up, the soap build up inside your machine is an alkaline substance.

    Therefore, using citric acid in the Kool Aid packets will help dissolve it, and rinse it away.

    You should know the thicker the build up of hard water and soap stains, the more cycles through you will have to do this simple home remedy.

    It works, but it isn't a miracle worker! Therefore, if you live in an area with hard water I suggest doing this at least monthly, perhaps twice a month.

    You can read on below about how to use just citric acid for this dishwasher stain remover, instead of using the Kool Aid packets, if you'd prefer.

    Below I've got several variations of this simple homemade dishwasher stain remover you can use to get nasty hard water stains and soap build up out of your dishwasher.


    What started this discovery for me was learning about the tip to use an orange Kool Aid packet (or lemon) to clean your dishwasher.

    To use this remedy is really simple. You add the powdered Kool Aid, or other no sugar added citrus powdered drink (such as lemonade, and some people swear by Tang) to the dishwasher detergent tray, and run the dishwasher empty.

    I wanted to know why this worked, because it does, in fact, work, really well.

    Come to find out, it's the citric acid in the Kool Aid packet that gets rid of the stains caused by and other alkaline stains, like general mineral build up, in your dishwashers.

    That is why this citric acid also works well on soap stains, and soap build up in your dishwasher. You can see some of this build up, especially around your detergent tray, almost looking like streaks, if you tend to add too much soap each time you run your dishwasher.

    Just like hard water and mineral build up, the soap build up inside your machine is an alkaline substance.

    Therefore, using citric acid in the Kool Aid packets will help dissolve it, and rinse it away.

    You should know the thicker the build up of hard water and soap stains, the more cycles through you will have to do this simple home remedy.

    It works, but it isn't a miracle worker! Therefore, if you live in an area with hard water I suggest doing this at least monthly, perhaps twice a month.

    You can read on below about how to use just citric acid for this dishwasher stain remover, instead of using the Kool Aid packets, if you'd prefer.

  • Below I've got several variations of this simple homemade dishwasher stain remover you can use to get nasty hard water stains and soap build up out of your dishwasher.


    What started this discovery for me was learning about the tip to use an orange Kool Aid packet (or lemon) to clean your dishwasher.

    To use this remedy is really simple. You add the powdered Kool Aid, or other no sugar added citrus powdered drink (such as lemonade, and some people swear by Tang) to the dishwasher detergent tray, and run the dishwasher empty.

    I wanted to know why this worked, because it does, in fact, work, really well.

    Come to find out, it's the citric acid in the Kool Aid packet that gets rid of the stains caused by and other alkaline stains, like general mineral build up, in your dishwashers.

    That is why this citric acid also works well on soap stains, and soap build up in your dishwasher. You can see some of this build up, especially around your detergent tray, almost looking like streaks, if you tend to add too much soap each time you run your dishwasher.

    Just like hard water and mineral build up, the soap build up inside your machine is an alkaline substance.

    Therefore, using citric acid in the Kool Aid packets will help dissolve it, and rinse it away.

    You should know the thicker the build up of hard water and soap stains, the more cycles through you will have to do this simple home remedy.

    It works, but it isn't a miracle worker! Therefore, if you live in an area with hard water I suggest doing this at least monthly, perhaps twice a month.

    You can read on below about how to use just citric acid for this dishwasher stain remover, instead of using the Kool Aid packets, if you'd prefer.

    Below I've got several variations of this simple homemade dishwasher stain remover you can use to get nasty hard water stains and soap build up out of your dishwasher.


    What started this discovery for me was learning about the tip to use an orange Kool Aid packet (or lemon) to clean your dishwasher.

    To use this remedy is really simple. You add the powdered Kool Aid, or other no sugar added citrus powdered drink (such as lemonade, and some people swear by Tang) to the dishwasher detergent tray, and run the dishwasher empty.

    I wanted to know why this worked, because it does, in fact, work, really well.

    Come to find out, it's the citric acid in the Kool Aid packet that gets rid of the stains caused by and other alkaline stains, like general mineral build up, in your dishwashers.

    That is why this citric acid also works well on soap stains, and soap build up in your dishwasher. You can see some of this build up, especially around your detergent tray, almost looking like streaks, if you tend to add too much soap each time you run your dishwasher.

    Just like hard water and mineral build up, the soap build up inside your machine is an alkaline substance.

    Therefore, using citric acid in the Kool Aid packets will help dissolve it, and rinse it away.

    You should know the thicker the build up of hard water and soap stains, the more cycles through you will have to do this simple home remedy.

    It works, but it isn't a miracle worker! Therefore, if you live in an area with hard water I suggest doing this at least monthly, perhaps twice a month.

    You can read on below about how to use just citric acid for this dishwasher stain remover, instead of using the Kool Aid packets, if you'd prefer.

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