I don’t like to do the dishes. I like my dishwasher to do the work for me (and I don’t mean Cute and Sassy, I mean the machine). I was sent Finish Quantum to sample and I wasn’t sure is this would make a difference in the result, since my dishwasher itself is like me, getting on in years. But hey, give me anything to make my life easier!
From Jet Dry…
Finish® Quantum is an innovative new automatic dishwashing detergent designed for consumers who want perfect dishes every time they wash. Finish®, the new name for Electrasol®, delivers a clean superior to the leading dishwashing detergent. Finish® Quantum leaves nothing behind but the shine helping users experience the perfection they deserve in their everyday routines.
Finish® Quantum has a multi-Chamber system that is pre-measured and wrapper free. This technology separates 3 powerful active ingredients, releasing them when needed in the dishwashing cycle.
1. Powerball® with Jet-Dry® Gel for an amazing shine
2. Powermax™ Bleach removes stains like tea and coffee
3. Powerful Enzymes soften burnt-on food like lasagna
It’s only dishwashing, but you get perfection every time you wash, that is why it’s the #1 recommended brand by more dishwasher brands.
Ok, I like that! The truth is, it works great! I’ve been trying different brands off and on, thinking it might make a difference and I really was impressed with the way this cleaned my dishes. And I didn’t hold back on the mess!
I also got a sample of the Finish Jet-Dry Turbo…no more wet spots on my dishes either!
Oh, and you might want to check out the Contest going on at the Finish site! We are talking Diamonds, for realz!
The good news for you?
I get to give away both products to 2 lucky readers! That’s right, one of each to 2 of you!
How to enter?
What is your least favorite household chore? Leave me a comment.
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Contest ends May 1, 2009, 8pm est. and is open to US residents