- 99.9% pure and specially granulated for dishwashers
- Softens water and helps protect against limescale
- Prevents hard water deposits from forming spots and water marks on your dishes
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Finish Pure Dishwasher Salt offers effective machine protection by softening water and helping to protect against limescale, whilst preventing spots from forming on your dishes. Since hard water deposits can quickly reduce the efficiency of a dishwasher, most machines are fitted with an in-built water softener; this salt helps to keep your machine’s softener working so that limescale and watermarks are less likely to form.
Finish dishwasher salt is specially granulated for dishwashers – the particles are larger than ordinary table salt so they dissolve more slowly and don’t clog up your machine. Other salts also contain impurities like iron and carbonates that damage, rather than protect, your machine, while Finish dishwasher salt is 99.9% pure for maximum effect.
Finish dishwasher salt couldn’t be easier to use – simply fill your water softener unit as directed by the machine’s manufacturer and make sure to keep it topped up (if you live in a hard water area, you may want to check more regularly). Using dishwasher salt is best for your machine’s health, even when using all-in-one tablets that contain a detergent with salt action. For a really effective clean, try using this salt in conjunction with other products from our range of detergent enhancers like Finish Rinse Aid or Finish Dishwasher Cleaner.
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