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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by PuFtonLyfe, Jan 10, 2013.

  1. mattafett

    mattafett Savant (475) Iowa Mar 9, 2009

    Dishwashers are incapable of doing this. All they do is fill, splash and drain. Using an incorrect, or most likely TOO MUCH soap is the culprit.
    Also, you should test for semi dissolved minerals in your water. Poor water quality will kill your dishes.
    Note: I am an appliance repair tech, and know exactly how these things work. (unfortunately)
    Mothergoose03 likes this.
  2. Mild dish soap + hot water to clean, copious amounts of hot water to rinse, towel dry/polish...takes about 2min.