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Cindy White
Cindy White • 2 years ago

Another pinner says: Jet-Dry? You don't need that chemical-y stuff! Fill your dishwasher's rinse aid compartment with good old-fashioned white vinegar and I guarantee your dishes will be sparkling."

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Make dishes sparkle with vinegar instead of rinse aid!

  • Stacy Greener

    I've been using white vinegar instead of Jet Dry for a couple of months and my dishes never looked better!

  • Melissa Hafford

    what about apple cider.vinegar? I heard that would work to. Can I use either?

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