OxiClean Dishwashing Booster – Testing the Power of OxiClean!

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There is nothing I dislike more than murky colored dishes. I’m one of those persnickety people when it comes to washing dishes. I even have an exact way to load the dishwasher for optimum cleaning and to tell you the truth, I wash off the dishes with water and a scrubby before ever putting them into the dishwasher. I can’t stand the thought of food floating on my dishes, or those little bits of coffee or milk left over in a cup sloshing around. The only thing I have had to eventually stop going crazy over was the hard-water spots on glasses because I was driving everyone crazy, so I figured as long as they were in the shade of my cabinet that you couldn’t really tell but I always rinse them off before ever using them. Yes, I’m that person.

OxiClean Dishwashing Booster

I was given the opportunity to try something new, OxiClean Dishwashing Booster. It has some really great statistics and I was hoping it would help me out because we have a new dishwasher and I assumed that wasn’t the problem. I’ve tried four different dishwasher detergents and I figure it’s just the Missouri water. If that was the case then this was going to do the trick!

  • 69% of respondents either do not know what phosphates are (14%) or that they were banned from dishwashing detergents (55%)
  • 49% feel frustrated because they don’t know what’s causing the spots on dishes
  • Top three things that consumers believe cause the spots/cloudy dishes are dishwashing detergent (50%), hard water (34%), dishwasher not working well (30%)
  • Over half (56%) have switched their detergent 2-5 times
  • 88% agree or strongly agree that it is embarrassing to serve on dishes that have spots or are cloudy
  • Almost 1 in 3 (32%) say their biggest kitchen challenge is achieving sparkly dishes; 30% say spots on dishes are their biggest kitchen complaint

I was also given a tray to test this out on. Here is a picture of the tray before I used the OxiClean and after.

Plate Before OxiClean
Before OxiClean
Plate After OxiClean
After OxiClean
I could tell a noticeable difference when using the OxiClean Dishwashing Booster! There was definitely a shine to the glass dishes and they were more bright and reflective with less cloudiness and spots.
The great thing is that you only have to refill your dishwasher with the rinse agent once a month.

The unique multi-action formula dissolves the cloudy film (hard water salts and calcium carbonate) that builds up during the rinse cycle.

To eliminate the cloudy film in just one wash:

  1. Add two squirts of OxiClean Dishwashing Booster into the bottom of the dishwasher and fill the rinse agent dispenser
  2. Place your detergent in main wash cup as usual

For ongoing use to help keep the cloudy film from returning:

  1. Refill rinse agent dispenser with Booster as needed (about once per month) – No additional rinse agent is needed
  2. For tough film and spots, add two squirts into bottom of the dishwasher
You don’t have to be particular with your dishes like me to want nice spotless dishes. It’s summer and it is the season to have friends over, BBQs and get-together’s and we would all love to have clean dishes to serve on. It’s not very expensive at all and with having to only refill once a month, it’s a great value! Next time you are at your supermarket, try it out! See for yourself the difference in your dishes.

Connect: You can connect with OxiClean on their Facebook Page and/or @OxiClean on Twitter.

Purchase: You can purchase the 7oz bottle for $3.99 – $4.99 for 67 loads* or the 13oz bottle for $6.99 – $7.99 for 125 loads*.

I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of OxiClean and received a product sample and serving tray to facilitate my review, and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.

*When used in rinse agent dispenser only, based on average dispenser release in leading dishwashers.

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