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Cascade Platinum Dishwasher Pods, Actionpacs Dishwasher Detergent with Dishwasher Cleaner Action, Fresh Scent, 62 Count
|Price:||$18.67 ($0.30 / Count) $16.80 ($0.27 / Count)|
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|Item Weight||0.56 Pounds|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||5.5 x 6.75 x 7.25 inches|
|Recommended Uses For Product||Cleaning|
About this item
- Cascade cleaning power allows you to skip pre-washing dishes, saving up to 15 gallons of water with each load
- ActionPacs are formulated with the grease-fighting power of Dawn dish soap
- Cascade's best dishwashing detergent to keep your silverware and dishwasher sparkling
- #1 Recommended Brand in North America. More dishwasher brands in North America recommend Cascade vs. any other automatic dishwashing detergent brand, recommendations as part of co-marketing agreements
- Premeasured Actionpac dissolves quickly to unleash cleaning power early in the cycle; No finicky wrapping.Phosphate free.
From the manufacturer
Use All 3 Products for Our Ultimate Clean
Removes burnt-on food. No pre-wash needed.
Dries and shines with virtually no water spots or streaks.
Removes grease, odors and limescale build-up.
|Cascade Platinum ActionPacs||Cascade Platinum Rinse Aid||Cascade Platinum Dishwasher Cleaner||Cascade Platinum + Oxi ActionPacs||Cascade Pure Essentials Lemon Essence ActionPacs|
|Removes burnt-on food. No need to pre-wash.||Sheeting action helps prevent water from clinging to your dishes.||Remove limescale build-up, grease, and odors from your dishwasher.||Cascade’s best stain fighting formula.||Pure cleaning for your family. Perfume infused with essential lemon oils.|
|Leaves Dishes Shining||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Eliminates Need to Pre-Wash||✓||✓||✓|
|Convenient Pac Form||✓||✓||✓|
|Grease Fighting Power of Dawn||✓||✓||✓|
|No Phosphates & No Chlorine Bleach||✓|
Cascade Complete ActionPacs dishwasher detergent powers away even 24-hour stuck-on messes for a complete clean. That’s because every ActionPac is formulated with the grease-fighting power of Dawn.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 5.5 x 6.75 x 7.25 inches; 8.96 Ounces
- Item model number : 97726PK
- Date First Available : October 24, 2016
- Manufacturer : Cascade
- ASIN : B01NGTV4J5
- Country of Origin : USA
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
- Best Sellers Rank: #31 in Health & Household (See Top 100 in Health & Household)
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Do not get in eyes. Do not get on skin or clothing. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. FIRST AID TREATMENT: Contains sodium carbonate, nonionic surfactants and enzymes. If swallowed, give a glassful of water and call a Poison Control Center or doctor immediately. Do not induce vomiting. If in eyes, rinse with water for 15 minutes. If on skin, rinse well with water.
Contains trisodium dicarboxymethyl alaninate , sodium carbonate , sodium carbonate peroxide , copolymer of acrylic and sulphonic acids , isotridecanol ethoxylated , peg/ppg/propylheptyl ether , sodium sulfate , polyvinyl alcohol polymer , dipropylene glycol , water , fragrances , subtilisin , glycerin , amylase enzyme , transitional metal catalyst , zinc carbonate , colorants.
1. Add 1 Actionpac for 1 load. Do not unwrap, puncture or pull apart stuck together pacs. 2. Load the actionpac. Place one pac in the main dispenser & close dispenser door. 3. Let it do the cleaning. Be sure to close tub after each use.
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Reviewed in the United States on August 22, 2018
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1) TOO MUCH SOAP
2) TOO MUCH RINSE AID
The fact is, you only need about a tablespoon of detergent to clean your dishes. Ignore the myth that you should leave food remains on the dishes "because the detergent works better when there is food" HORSE HOCKEY!
Rinse your dishes thoroughly, before loading.
If you use the pods with rinse aid you are doubling the amount you actually need to "sheen" off the water for better and clearer drying. TOO MUCH RINSE AID CAUSES FOAMING!!! which will lead to etching. Look, if the dishes don't rinse the soap off thoroughly, your drying cycle will bake that soap residue onto your dishes, causing the cloudy appearance.
This is the proper method to get clean and CLEAR dishes:
1) Get all food remains off of dishes before loading
2) Only use 1 Tablespoon of LIQUID Dishwasher soap. I have no problem with Cascade liquid, just not the concentrated.
3) Use a quality rinse aid.
4) Run your hot water in your sink until it's very hot BEFORE starting your dishwasher.
These pods are a marketing ploy to get you to use more product. JUST LIKE THE WASHING MACHINE PODS! And as long as we're on the subject: Fabric Softener! Hint: Dilute your fabric softener with 50% water.
BTW, do you know that when you use the product that "cleans" your dishwasher tub, you are using a rinse aid? Which, not surprising is manufactured by the same corporations convincing you to use more soap. Wake up everyone! It's all about the Benjamins.
This product is NOT recommended.
Probably 95% of the time when we do the dishes everything comes out of the dishwasher gleaming, spotless and perfect, though when I load it I ALWAYS: a) scrape the clumps of food off the dishes; b) remove food clumps stuck on our silverware; c) keep eating utensils from fully touching each other in the silverware baskets (so “no spooning,” literally); d) put the handles of our flatware facing down in the basket and forks, spoons and table knives facing up/sticking out of the basket (provided nothing pointing up is sharp and could hurt someone); and e) try to pay attention to the placement of large objects in the dishwasher so that the dishwasher’s water sprayers aren’t blocked from reaching all the dishes.
Essentially, as I load each item I take a couple extra seconds to do a few little, simple things to maximize the performance of both the Cascade pod and the dishwasher. And the good news is that just about every load comes out perfectly.
A few Notes: a) I do not like getting my hands wet so I never “prewash” anything or “prerinse” plate’s, etc. (If something’s been burned on to a pan, I soak it for a few hours to loosen it up before putting it in dishwasher.) b) The ONLY thing I do is scrape off the obvious pieces and particles of food, then load my DW as outlined above. C) We do not have hard water and I do not add any extra rinse agent to the dishwasher. d) When I start the dishwasher I push the button that preheats the water, and I always choose the “tough” or “heavy load” wash cycle (whatever that means). e) My current dishwasher, a Kitchenaid, is only two years old, but for the 18 years prior to getting a new dishwasher we had another Kitchenaid and also used Cascade. We had great luck getting clean dishes in our old dishwasher when we used the liquid/bottle version of the highest “performing” Cascade. f) Between the “enzymes” in the Cascade Platinum and the better designed water sprayers in the new dishwasher, the inside of our dishwasher is left cleaner and NEVER smells anymore. g) Based on web research I did for a family member whose home has a septic system, I do not think I would risk using dishwasher or laundry detergent pods with a septic system. Because IF the pods don’t fully dissolve, it could be catastrophic (google it.)
As for the 5% of the time everything doesn’t come out perfect? This is because someone loaded the dishwasher incorrectly and its water-sprayers are partially blocked by a pan or large dish, or a lot of food bits and bites were left on the dishes and silverware, or the water temp booster was turned off, or any combo of all three.
Final comment: I am confused as to why Cascade makes versions of this detergent with “fresh” lemon or citrus “scents,” since virtually EVERY manufacturer of quality stainless flatware, pots and pans, etc., specifically says to NEVER use any dish detergents that contain citrus because it may cause the metal to pit, etc. I love the smell of lemons, but I avoid any Cascade or dishwashing products with the words citrus, lemon or orange on it. May not matter, but when Cascade markets the lemony versions of their dishwasher detergent, they specifically say the “citrus oil” in the detergent helps cut through the grease, etc. So why risk it?
I've put super dirty dishes in the dishwasher just to see if they would come out clean (including the pot from my coffee maker which had tons of coffee stains that I could never scrub out, no matter how hard I tried) - well guess what! They always come out sparkling, gleaming, perfectly clean.
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