I have almost finished my bottle of Oxiclean Dishwasher Booster, which I've been using in my machine for a couple of months.
I saw this at the store and was immediately intrigued, because I had no idea how the brand Oxiclean, which is normally associated with laundry, related in any way to a dishwasher rinse aid. I thought, "is there oxygen bleach in this product? If so, how would that help my dishes?"
After using this product for several months I confess I am still baffled. As far as I know this is just like any other rinse aid product, which has nothing to do with "the power of oxygen." In fact, there is no indication that this product contains any Oxiclean in it at all, which is probably just as well since I doubt that would help do the job of a dishwasher rinse agent.
The product claims that it removes cloudy film, food particles and spots and streaks from dishes. If it does this at all, my observation is that it does so no better than a generic rinse agent such as Great Value brand rinse agent (which I normally use), and perhaps the Oxiclean version is worse.
I noticed no vast improvement in the shine of my glasses and dishes when using this product, and perhaps saw a decline in contrast to my previously used brand.
Bottom line is that I was not very impressed with this product and I don't think it was worth the extra money you pay for the Oxiclean brand name.
Although I'm a big fan of Oxiclean stain remover powder, this is an area of cleaning where the company should just not have ventured. I will not purchase it again.
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