A: No I do not think so. It only removes limescale and mineral build up on the inside of your dishwasher. You may need to consult a plumber or appliance tech. Good luck.
A: Yes it does, But to add to the life of the dishwasher less grease in your septic system. You should prerinse greasy dishes
A: Yes it does, but like I stated to the other customers prerinse greasy dishes in hot water first. Grease over time clogs up dishwashers and sewer lines. I suggest getting some Riddex to use once a month to prevent problems with your septic tank..
A: Danielle, The cleaner is designed to penetrate, dissolve & remove odor causing residue. Power away lime and mineral build-up that can occur inside your Dishwasher.
A: I found it on a side display near the appliance section.
A: In the AppliancePartsPros dishwasher section
A: BY THE DETERGENTS
A: By steam cleaners and cleaner detergent behind the refrigerators and appliances.
A: In the kitchen appliance section - ours was on a table on an aisle end.
A: In the appliance department.
A: This product is actually found back with the appliances.
A: Hi Eddy, this Dishwasher Cleaner is currently out of stock online with no current ETA per the vendor which is subject to change but it may be available at your local Home Depot store as there is a listed store SKU number. To determine availability you will need to localize the item online by using a zip code. 1. Localize Homedepot.com using your zip code (My Store Location: Change) 2. Choose the store where you want to pick up the item (Make this my Store) If you do not see the store inventory for this item, it is most likely an online exclusive in your region and must be ordered online when it is available. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot!
A: In the section where the dishwasher are.
A: In the appliance section of Home Depot hanging on a vertical support of the shelves holding parts and accessories for installing kitchen appliancrs.
A: Yes, it does.
A: Somewhat - We have a problem with soap film dried on the dishes. Tried prewashing, helped a bit. Tried Affresh, helped somewhat, but not to the point where I would call it a solution. Probably need to re-plumb.
A: Yes, it does!
A: Cleans up soap residue quickly.
A: It has appeared to do so on the several monthly occasions we have utilized it.
A: The inside of my dishwasher had what I believe to be was hard water stains that were brown. After using the product The inside of my dishwasher was white even at the bottom of the dishwasher.
A: Yes if you have significant soap residue or build up in your dishwasher place a sexcond tablet in the dispenser and run the dishwasher a second time , you will be impressed.
A: Yes and good job
A: Yes, and also cleans the pump.
A: Instructions for use are clearly stated on the reverse side of the package: If dishwasher is empty, one tablet in detergent tray and close tray. Run through full cycle. If dishes in washer, use detergent as usual and place tablet in bottom of washer.
A: Add a tablet and run a normal cycle
A: The tablet is placed in the main compartment for dish detergent and the cycle run. It can be done with the dishes and the tablet placed on the bottom of the machine but I prefer to run it without dishes. It works great and removes hard stains. My dishwasher looks new after I use it.
A: Yes..and a big plus with this product is that you can use it with a load....Will not hurt your dishes. Actually, will also take stains off of them too. We have hard well water here
A: You simply place a tablet in the detergent tray and close it and then run a normal cycle. For significant residue build-up a second tablet can be put in the bottom of the dishwasher.