Dish Washer Salt
Dish washer salt helps to achieve better cleaning results by softening the water that enters the appliance. Hard water contains more lime and makes it more difficult for dishwasher detergent to dissolve, which can negatively impact the cleaning results. Dishwasher salt removes the white residue on the glasses and will fuel the appliance’s water softener system.
You can easily top up your dishwasher salt levels by pouring dishwasher salt into the designated compartment located at the base of the dishwasher. Once topped up, properly close the compartment before running a wash cycle. Please only use dishwasher salt in your softener unit.
Functions of Dishwasher Salt
The water that the dishwasher uses to rinse contains lime scale and magnesium. Hard water contains a lot of lime scale and magnesium. Every dishwasher has a water softener that removes the lime scale and magnesium from the water. After a while, this part fills up and can no longer perform its job correctly. The dishwasher salt helps, so the dishwasher lasts longer.
Why use Dishwasher Salt?
You can’t use kitchen salt as it is different from dishwasher salt. HubSalt Dishwasher salt has a coarse texture and doesn’t leave any traces. It dissolves quickly and evenly. In addition, it usually contains anticoagulants to prevent blockages in the dishwasher. If you are using all-in-one dishwasher tabs, you don’t have to add salt. Do you still get white stains on your glasses? We recommend you use salt anyway, so your dishes are not damaged.