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Dirty Dishwasher

Posted by Geoff on March 19, 2011 at 5:50 PM

Hello every one. Hope you all survived the winter. Hang on just a little longer, spring is almost here. Any way let me ask you this question. Do you have a dishwasher? Yeah, I bet alot of you do. Here's another question. Do you know how clean it is? This is not a trick question, so don't say it's clean after each time I use it. Each time you use your dishwasher it cleans your dishes with the detergent that you add and when it has finished washing, your dishes are clean. At that is what;s supposed to happen. Did you know that all of the water is not discharged from your dishwasher each time you use it? Don't worry, that is how it is supposed to be. OK, here's another question. After you have washed a load of dishes and have put them away. You and your family start using more dishes, plates, cups, glasses spoons, knives and forks. Where do you put them? Piled up in the sink? Let's hope not, my Dad says that's a crime. You rinse them and put them in the dishwasher untill it is full, then you wash another load.

Here's what I am getting at. your dishwasher spends more time not being used to clean dishes. But instead used to hold the dirty dishes and the water that had not discharged after the last use.  It will become dirty. Sometimes you can not tell by looking inside the dishwasher, but it will still become soiled. Here is a test you can do. After you unload the dishwasher of the clean dishes, take a whiff. Stick your head right down in ther and give it a good sniff. Does it smell stale, old, musty, dirty or stinky. Don't worry, that's normal. It needs to be cleaned and disinfected. And we have just what you need to do that. A product that is called Glisten. With reagular use, you can be assured your dishwasher will perform as it should, getting your dishes clean enough to eat off of. And best of all, it will not stink.

Give me a call and tell me you want a clean dishwasher, we have the cure for that. We are offering Glisten, in a double shot box for $7 a package, or you can get three doubles for $6 each. My Dad uses it, so should you, it does work. Visit our web-store to order.


Andrew, Jr. Tech

Categories: Technical

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