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None of us want to spend more time than we have to cleaning the kitchen. Cooking is fun, but clean up…not so much. One of our biggest obstacles has been hard water. It leaves our dishes looking cloudy and spotty, wasting our time and money on multiple washes. Once we discovered Finish Quantum dishwasher detergent, everything changed.
We have always used a different leading brand of detergent and it worked perfectly fine when we lived in New England where we had normal water but moving to an area with hard water meant that we needed to find another detergent. We tried different formulas of what we were using, greener detergents, and countless commercial detergents. You name it, we probably tried it. Finally we stumbled on Finish Quantum Powerball and it was a game changer.
Before the switch to Finish Quantum we were often washing dishes more than once which was wasting water, time, and money. This was very frustrating. Now I save money by purchasing my Finish Quantum capsules at Walmart where they are on Rollback through October. In addition, I stack the savings with coupons like this one:
Besides not having to rewash dishes, another way that Finish Quantum helps me save time is that I don’t have to wash my dishes before washing my dishes. We soak really stuck on grime like syrup and rice but for the most part we don’t pre-rinse our dishes at all. Not even casserole dishes!
Even on glass and my black plates, cloudy hard water stains are a thing of the past with just one run through the dishwasher. One thing to note, please be sure to keep your Finish capsules safely locked in a cabinet if you have young children. They may think that the capsules are candy since they’re so colorful and the lemon scented capsules smell like they would be pretty tasty.
I love how one little Finish capsule per day saves us time so we can do more of the things that we love like playing an after dinner game or watching a movie together. Who wants to spend more time than they have to on dishes? Not me!
How do you save time and money in the kitchen?