Weekend Dinner

Weekend Dinner Party Woes (Part 8)

After last week’s great Bicarb bomb solution, we’ve been hard pushed to find any crafty fixes but we have discovered probably the most satisfying way to clean a dishwasher: an old toothbrush and some hard graft!

Our weapon against caked on grime...
Our weapon against caked on grime…

1. Fill the sink with hot water, washing up liquid and a cup of vinegar. Dip an old toothbrush into the water and scrub along the dishwasher door and into any crevices.

2. Use a sponge dipped in hot, soapy water to remove any of the grime loosened by the toothbrush. Wipe down the sides and door of the dishwasher too.

3. Put the machine on a rinse cycle to remove any remaining grime

Plus, for a citrus aroma, why not place a cup of lemon juice at the bottom of the washer and switch on the rinse cycle? This will leave your appliance smelling lemon-fresh!

Happy Gleeming!

3 Gleem Home / House cleaning staff members inside a  homeroom wearing  purple aprons, white t-shirts with white Gleem logo and yellow rubber gloves on hands holding a cleaning brush, vacuum cleaner and  a mop.