I have a KA dishwasher with a stainless
(ya, right) steel inside. Well, through
the years the inside looks pretty
"dirty". It has a film of what I guess
is soap residue. What's the best way to
clean this? I know I could probably use
the stuff for showers and scrub it.
Does anyone know of any "magic" that can
be cycled through to dissolve this stuff?
Second that, I have a Kitchenaid Stainless machine too and the inside gets
nasty after a while with mineral buildup..our water is bad for that. A good
vinegar soaking ( put it in the wash cycle, start it running then stop it
for a while, then finish the cycle) and it should be pretty much good to go
again. This cleans out any build up in the wash arms etc too.
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