Dishwasher Rinse Agent Or Drying Agent ?


Hello,
Just got a new Dishwasher. Came with a small botle of Jet Dry; the Rinse liquid.
Saw in the store today, that Jet Dry also has a bottle of Drying Liquid. This bottle also says that a Rinse Agent is not needed with it.
Sure is confusing.
Which do I want to put into my machine's rinse dispenser ? Why ?
What are the differences between the two ? What do you folks use ?
Thanks, B.
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The drying liquid is for when you don't use the powered dry cycle on your machine to save energy. Never tried it so I don't know how well it works.
I use the regular Jet Dry and the sani-cycle and everything comes out perfect with glassware that sparkles. I see no reason to try anything else.
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Just use Cascade Complete All In One Pacs...Just pop one in the detergent dispenser and hit start...Works GREAT....
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Robert11 wrote:

Find out from the manufacturer if their product is made to work with soft or hard water (and you have to know what kind of water you have). I made the mistake of filling the dispenser with a free sample that came with the new dishwasher. I forget the brand and product name. Everything looked awful, very cloudy and streaks. I called the manufacture to complain and they told me I should only use that product with soft water. I don't understand why they didn't simply label their products "for hard water" and "for soft water"? Took me forever to get that crap out of the dispenser.
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