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User Guide for Using Enviro-One Multi-Use Green Cleaner as Dishwashing Soap

Enviro-One Multi-Use Green Cleaner is not only a fantastic hand dishwashing solution but also a safe and effective alternative for your dishwasher. Its non-toxic formula ensures a clean and hygienic wash for your dishes while being gentle on the environment.

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  1. If you have heavily soiled or greasy dishes, pre-spray them with a solution of Enviro-One Multi-Use Green Cleaner as you load them into the dishwasher.
  2. In your dishwasher’s detergent reservoir on the door, add 1-2 ounces of the appropriate Enviro-One solution, depending on whether you’re using the regular concentrate (5:1) or the super concentrate (10:1).
  3. The amount of Enviro-One solution used can be adjusted based on the hardness of your water. If you have “hard” water with more minerals, you may need to use slightly more solution for optimal cleaning performance.
  4. Start your dishwasher as usual to wash your dishes, pots, and pans with the power of Enviro-One Multi-Use Green Cleaner.

Enviro-One Multi-Use Green Cleaner in your dishwasher helps remove tough stains and grime, leaving your dishes spotless and ready to use. Experience the benefits of using an eco-friendly and non-toxic dishwashing soap that is both effective and gentle on your dishes and the planet. Enjoy a healthier and more environmentally conscious cleaning routine with Enviro-One Multi-Use Green Cleaner.


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