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Cleaning Dishwasher Food Trap?

Would putting in Tang or a pack of lemon Kool-Aid to wash the dishwasher help get rid of food particles in a non removable food trap? I am getting a lot of food particles coming back on some dishes. I am now using Finish tablets and it is doing better, but I still get little bits on plates and such?

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By sue from Cincinnati, OH

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February 12, 20120 found this helpful

Take out the sprayer arms and clean them. make sure there is no food stuck in the little holes. The trap at the bottom should come out. Try twisting it and pulling up. Use a tooth brush or tooth pics to clean all the little spaces. Wipe out the interior and rubber door seals with white vinegar. You can even run a cycle with a cup of vinegar...dissolves the calcium deposits.

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