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Sunday, November 28, 2010

Finish Quantum and Jet Dry Turbo Dry Review and Giveaway

Recently I was able to review Finish Quantum and Jet-Dry Turbo Dry. It was no better time than Thanksgiving to try out these what I believe are wonderful products. Easy to use and my dishes came out looking great.


 I am the mom of 6 children so all ready I have a ton of dishes to wash but for Thanksgiving we made more food than we normally do and served more individuals as well so you can imagine how many dishes we had to wash. I loved the fact that we did not have to pre-wash the dishes because Finish Quantum is designed to wash your dishes the first time the right way without worry of having to pre-rinse or re-wash. .




The results that I found using the Finish Quantum is that the dishes came out beautiful and shining. All that I had to do is to put them in the dishwasher and up when they were done. Finish Quantum is easy to use because there is no measuring needed, wrapper to remove or mess to worry about. Finish Quantum comes in its own package that works like a capsule that dissolves on its own leaving no waste behind. The capsule like package is simply placed in the detergent cup before the machine is turned on. Oh what ease in doing dishes that was. No worry or frustrating moment as I found all looked great



Jet-Dry Gel is a wonderful product as well that left my dishes shining and looking great. Built with a powermax bleach that helps to remove hard stains such as tea and coffee and enzymes that help to soften burnt on food  I must say that I have a few casseroles that have a few burnt on pieces that no matter the struggle I just could not get it off. Using these products the casserole dishes came out looking much younger in its life span, the stains were not totally removed but were lessened.

Recently Finish Quantum was featured on Designing Spaces where a few tips to clean dishes in the dishwasher were shared. A few tips to get the best results with the Finish Quantum product is to:
  • Scrape, don’t rinse – Scrape your dishes because active ingredients in your detergent need food residue to work properly.I can remember as a child with my mothers dish washer we had to nearly wash the dishes prior to putting them in the dishwasher
  • Load properly – As a general rule of thumb, cups, glasses and less soiled items should be placed on the top rack and larger and dirtier items are best on the bottom rack.
  • Avoid cloudy glasses – If cloudy film can be removed by rubbing vinegar on your glass, then you have hard water in your home and need to use a detergent, like FINISH® Quantum®, that’s been designed to soften the water so the detergent can do its work.
Buy: you Can buy both the Future Quantum and Jet Dry Turbo Dry products at your local retail and grocery store
Win: Five (5) winners will win a sample of the Finish Quantum and Turbo Dry Jet Dry products

To enter giveaway share with me one of your toughest stains to remove on dishes

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Giveaway starts now and will end December 4, 2010. Good Luck Email must be in comment or on blog profile or entries will not count

I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of FINISH and received a sample of FINISH Quantum and JET-DRY Turbo Dry. Mom Central Consulting also sent me a gift card to thank me for taking the time to participate

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  1. The toughest for me is spagetti that has sat in a bowl.
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  8. One of my toughest stains is pizza sauce! When we make homeade pizza, the bowls I put the sauce in is so hard to clean up afterwards!

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  13. The toughest thing to get clean is dried-up eggs on my dishes.
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  17. Toughest stain has got to be lasagna.
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  21. I think dried-on egg is one of the toughest to remove. Thanks!
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  25. I agree on the dried egg stains and tomato - spagetti or chili

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  26. dried up eggs.

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  27. Casserole dish, the burnt on part at the top. Ugh.

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  28. Dried on eggs and peanut butter are difficult to get off.

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  29. Dried egg and blackberry juice are my toughest stains

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  30. spaghetti stains and burnt on foods.
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  31. The worst is oatmeal when it gets hard
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  36. Tomato sauce on plastic is my toughest stain!

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  37. My toughest stain is tomato sauce and also stuck on cheese. Thank you for the lovely giveaway.
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  39. I have really hard water and it is tough making my dishes look good at all.

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  43. My toughest stains are from pasta plates and bowls and anything else with red sauce which hasn't been rinsed and put away to the dishwasher right away.
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  48. Anything involving tomato sauce is usually pretty tough to get out!

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  49. Eggs or microwaved cheese.
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  50. Any sort of red sauce, usually spaghetti, is difficult to come off. It usually stains stuff orange for awhile.

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  55. Dried Egg

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  56. Dried noodles and oatmeal

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  60. Anything tomato-based, such as pasta sauce, is almost impossible to get out of plastic containers.

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  61. Thanks for the giveaway...my wife's homemade Marinara sauce can be a difficult cleaning job for the dishwasher: human, or machine !

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  64. Anything with a tomato base leaves my dishes hard to clean.

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  65. Baked on cheese is one of the toughest

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  69. That's easy!
    Has to be Lasagne welded on to the Baking Dish!

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  72. When my husband makes chili, it seems to take me forever to clean that pot!

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