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Hard water i have a estatedishwasher it has bad hard water deposite is there something i can do

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Yes. go to and your problem will be solved. they have a prodcut just for this problem. very effective and very affordable. you will be happy you did.

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Use Lemi Shine. You can get it at your locla grocery store. It works wonders on hard water deposits!

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