hes still wet

1) Dishes still wet

  • Load dishes correctly so that the wash water can run off freely.
  • Regularly add Finish Shine and Dry to the rinse aid dispenser in the dishwashing machine.
  • Increase the setting of rinse aid dosage.
  • Possible faulty heating element. (Contact your engineer)
eral poor cleaning

2) General poor cleaning

  • Avoid low quality and old/damp detergent. Use the detergent brand recommended by your dishwasher manufacturer.
  • Dose detergent as recommended.
  • Load and sort dishes in the dishwasher to allow wash water to circulate properly.
  • A clean dishwasher means cleaner dishes.
d around filter

3) Food around filter

  • Remove and clean the filter in the dishwashing machine
  • Scrape off all large food particles from the dishes before loading your dishwasher
  • Use Normal and Auto wash cycle.
udy glassware

4) Cloudy glassware

  • In hard water areas, avoid limescale deposits by adding Finish Salt into the salt chamber of the dishwasher
  • Determine your local water hardness and adjust the dishwashing machine setting accordingly.
  • White streaks on glasses could be surface corrosion.
  • Avoid this by using low temperature or glass cycles.
ting cutlery

5) Rusting cutlery

  • Avoid prolonged contact with acidic/salty food condiments like mustard or ketchup.
  • Avoid spillage of special salt when refilling the salt chamber of the dishwasher.
  • Use high grade quality stainless steel. (e.g. 18/10)
ed patterns on plates

6) Faded patterns on plates

  • Run low temperature cycle, or if dinnerware is not dishwasher-safe, wash items by hand.
ergent residues at end of cycle

7) Detergent residues at end of cycle

  • Check that the flap of the dosing chamber is not blocked by bulky dishes.
  • A damp dosing chamber can cause tablets and powder to stick.
ts, drops marks and smears on glasses

8) Spots, drops marks and smears on glasses

  • Load dishes correctly so that the wash water runs off freely.
  • Regularly add Finish Shine and Dry to the rinse aid dispenser.
  • Add Finish Salt if you live in an area with extremely hard water
  • Determine your local water hardness and adjust the dishwashing machine setting accordingly.
  • Smears and streaks can be caused by an overdosage of rinse aid or detergent: Adjust dosages as recommended by your dishwasher manufacturer
ming machine

9) Foaming machine

  • Traces of handwashing detergents liquid on dishes. Pre-washing your dishes is not necessary with a high quality detergent like Finish.
  • Rinse aid spilled during refilling, or rinse aid chamber could be leaking.
  • High amount of protein-based food left on dishes e.g. yoghurt, cottage cheese etc.
nge staining on plastics

10) Orange staining on plastics

  • Caused by red sauce in the wash such as tomato or spice based gravies
  • Scrape items before loading your dishwasher with dishes or use a pre-rinse cycle.
  • Bleach back to original colour by placing the plastic dish in strong sunlight.