I have to admit that doing the dishes is not my favorite chore in the house. In fact I get tired of seeing a sink full of dishes really quickly, because they never stop. The worst is when you’re entertaining and you open up the dishwasher and the clean dishes don’t look clean. Oh it really stinks. It’s one thing to have to do the dishes it’s another to have to do them twice. SOOO….
When it comes to keeping my dishes clean I’ve been using Cascade Complete in some form or another for years, the gel and the pacs. I’ve even tried using other forms of dishwashing detergent from time to time but it just never keeps my dishes as clean as Cascade Complete. With other brands my dishes are left with a foggy film, the glasses just don’t feel clean. I’m sure they are but it’s so much nicer to have that clear clean. One new year’s resolution you can easily achieve with Cascade Complete is a sparkling, clean dinner table. Don’t waste your time with a dishwasher detergent that leaves behind cloudy dishes and spotty glassware like I have in the past (and I can tell you I will no longer do). Get sparkling clean in 2013, and set the table with virtually spot-free glasses and dishes at every meal. Cascade Complete Pacs provide an immaculate clean without wasting precious time and water pre-rinsing 24-hour stuck-on food messes. Over time, Cascade Complete Pacs fight hard water film two-times better, wash after wash, than the next leading premium pac.
You can see the glass dish on the bottom rack of my dishwasher it’s crystal clear. That means bye bye stuck on food, when I make lasagna, chicken enchiladas or any type of casserole, Cascade Complete gets the job done! The Cascade Complete pacs have the power of the powder and the gel. The Cascade Complete Gel and Powder eliminate the need to pre-wash since each formula can power away that stuck on food. It’s a great combination.
Wash after wash!
I really do enjoy using Cascade Complete my dishes come out clean with less work.
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