How To Clean Dishwasher With Vinegar
Below is a video giving tips for how to clean a dishwasher with vinegar.
You should routinely clean your dishwasher once a month, at least.
This helps get rid of stuck on food, detergent build up and hard water deposits, all of which can make your dishwasher not run as well and not clean your dishes as well.
A simple way to clean your dishwasher, especially when you have detergent build up and
hard water stains
, is to use distilled white vinegar as a cleaner.
You can use vinegar as a homemade dishwasher cleaner.
To clean your dishwasher add 1 cup of white vinegar either in a bowl, into your dishwasher, or pouring it directly into the bottom of the dishwasher, and run the dishwasher, while empty.
Run the dishwasher for a full cycle with the hottest water possible.
You will see great results if you do this regularly.
Here is the video for full details:
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