Getting Ammonia Out of Dishwasher Rinse Cup

I mistakenly put ammonia in my dishwasher rinse cup instead of vinegar. How can I get it out? Is it dangerous?

By sohoma from KY

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March 30, 20110 found this helpful

After running a cycle with ammonia, run a short cycle with just water. This is important to make sure you get out all of the ammonia before you start using chlorinated dishwasher products (ammonia and bleach make for a very dangerous gas)

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March 31, 20110 found this helpful

First of all, I doubt that it's dangerous. But if you want to remove it, I would use a baster and suck it out with that or perhaps an eye dropper. Hope this helps.

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