Sponsored: Cascade Platinum

I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Cascade. I received a product sample to facilitate my review and a promotional item as a thank you for participating.

I love my dishwasher.  I swear that baby is another member of my family.  Yes, I hate washing dishes that much.  That is why I was happy to become a Cascade Platinum Ambassador!  Cascade is one of the few dishwasher detergents out there that do exactly what it says it will do.  This is the first of 4 posts I’ll be doing about Cascade and my experience with it.

I usually end up running the dishwasher every day.  However, it tends to be in the morning, so our dinner dishes sit for a pretty long time before they get washed.  There is nothing worse than stuck on oatmeal and ketchup.  Actually, there is something worse — having to wash your dishes before you stick them in the dishwasher.  Defeats the purpose of a dishwasher if you ask me!

Cascade Platinum Pacs achieve a top-tier clean so powerful that they even help keep your dishwasher machine sparkling and deliver a variety of dish care benefits.  First, they power away tough, 24 hour stuck-on food.  Using this eliminates the need to pre-wash dishes.  For a busy mom like myself, this is a huge plus in my book.   I love that it helps maintain the look of new machines and helps prevent additional hard-water build-up (which is super important to us since we just got a new dishwasher a couple of months ago!).  Lastly, it delivers an exceptional dishware shine.

Are your current dishwashing products performing to your standards? Do you notice streaks or films after washing? Do you ever find yourself wasting time by pre-rinsing or double-washing dishes? Or are you already a Cascade fan like myself and don’t have any of these issues?

 

Tip Of The Day

Dishwasher, open and loaded with dishes

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You save more water using a dishwasher than washing dishes by hand. It take between 6 – 10 gallons of water to run your dishwasher compared to 9 – 24 gallons by hand.

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