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It's possible the bar in the rinse dispenser is clogged with product. Try getting a dishwasher cleaner that's especially made to clear out clogs and run a couple of cycles with that to see if it loosens. If not....try some full strength lemon juice in it and see if that helps. Can't go wrong with lemon juice. If the lemon doesn't help, try vinegar.
If you do not clean your hair regularly then there is a possibility of dandruff. If you clean your hair too much then also the scull skin gets dry and may cause dandruff.
Incase you get dandruff then there is a wonderful remedy that you can prepare it at home. At it is economic also. Here is the recipe.
Take a small onion and extract juice of it. Take some hibiscus flower petals and extract juice. You can crush them and squeeze to extract the juice. Add freshly cut lemon juice, Neem oil, camphor to it. Apply the resulting solution to your sculp. You will get relief from dandruff.
Mix Tender coconut water, lemon juice, ginger juice, mint leaves paste, brahmi (see picture) leaves paste, vinegar and little amount of camphor together. Apply this to your sculp. you will get relief from dandruff. OR Take 25 grams of fenugreek seeds and bake it well. Then crash it. Add 10 grams of camphor and crash the mixture to make powder. Add this mixture to 100 grams of coconut oil. Apply this oil to your scalp and massage well. Continue to apply this oil in alternate days. Your dandruff will go away in a week. In addition to the above follow some rules. Always use herbal shampoo. Often put ginger paste and vinegar mixture to your scalp. Put 4 spoons of apple juice to your scalp 1 hour before taking bath. Eat food which has plenty of vitamin A and D. This will solve dandruff problem.
I just spoke to Customer Service at Tassimo and they informed me that any descaler can be used as long as it does NOT have vinegar. It can be a liquid or powder and just follow the instructions on the packaging. Hope this works for you.
It has built up with calcium deposits. Regular vinegar will not clear it.
Add some baking soda with the vinegar. Then after this, use vinegar and lemon
juice to clear up any remaing lemon juice and vinegar from the first cleaning.
dishwashers have a rinse aid
dispenser. If your dishwasher has this dispenser, fill it up
periodically and it will release the appropriate amount of rinse aid
automatically at the right time during the wash cycle. This will help
your dishes rinse more cleanly.
Rinse aid in solid form
Some older dishwashers or basic models do not have an
automatic rinse aid dispenser. In this case, you can buy rinse aid in
solid form that attaches to your dishwasher rack. Solid rinse aid can be
hard to find in stores because it is not commonly used, but it can be
Vinegar or lemon juice
Appliance repairmen will tell you that one of the common
problems they see with dishwashers is the buildup of excess detergent.
If there is too much detergent in your dishwasher, your dishes will not
rinse cleanly, no matter how good the dishwasher is or how much rinse
aid you use. To clean the excess detergent that has built up inside your
dishwasher, put 3 tablespoons of vinegar or lemon juice (concentrate is
fine) in the empty dishwasher and run the dishwasher through a complete
cycle with no dishes. Do this twice, for two complete cycles of the
empty dishwasher with only vinegar or lemon juice added. The acid in the
vinegar or lemon juice will break up the detergent that has built up in
your dishwasher's interior.
After you have cleaned the detergent
buildup from the inside of your dishwasher, follow the steps below to
keep the buildup from happening again and to help your dishes rinse
cleanly and prevent residue from accumulating on the dishes.
Gel dishwasher detergent
Switch to a liquid or gel dishwasher detergent. Any brand will do.
Fill one compartment half full
Dishwashers will effectively clean dishes with much less
detergent than manufacturers often recommend. The bleach in the
detergent, combined with the extremely hot water used in the dishwasher
wash cycle, will clean and sanitize your dishes completely, even in
small amounts, and using less detergent helps prevent buildup and
residue from accumulating on your clean dishes.
Fill only one
detergent compartment(the one that snaps closed) half full with gel
detergent. Snap the opening closed and run your dishwasher as you
normally would. Your dishes will come out sparkling clean with no
buildup or residue, plus you'll save money by using less detergent!
I clean my Mr Coffee by pouring a half water/white vinegar into the water holder andturn the coffee maker on andlet the vinegar do its thing. A refill with a little lemon juice in the water gets rid of any vinegary smell left behind.
there are few things you can do to remove the calcium deposits.....
Change the detergent you use. Powdered dishwasher detergent is more efficient in removing grease and oil than gels. Decreasing the gunk left on surfaces may help slow lime scale buildup.
Put a quart of vinegar or lemon juice in the bottom of an empty dishwasher and run it up to the "dry" cycle once a month to keep up with accumulating scale. Extended exposure to mild acid and hot water dissolves most scale.
Clean circulator arms with vinegar or lemon juice and a vegetable brush or toothbrush. Let the acid sit on the scale before scrubbing. Use a needle or hat pin to pierce clogged holes, then rinse by running a cycle with vinegar.
Use plain salt or baking soda to scour surfaces with a sponge or rag. Rinse with boiling water or run a cycle with an empty dishwasher. Do not run the dry cycle.
a quart of vinegar or lemon juice in the bottom of an empty dishwasher
and run it up to the "dry" cycle once a month to keep up with
accumulating scale. Extended exposure to mild acid and hot water
dissolves most scale.
circulator arms with vinegar or lemon juice and a vegetable brush or
toothbrush. Let the acid sit on the scale before scrubbing. Use a
needle or hat pin to pierce clogged holes, then rinse by running a
cycle with vinegar.
plain salt or baking soda to scour surfaces with a sponge or rag. Rinse
with boiling water or run a cycle with an empty dishwasher. Do not run
the dry cycle.
DO NOT USE THAT MUCH VINEGAR! Put a tiny bit of vinegar in the carafe and fill carafe the rest of the way with water. Run that vinegar/water through machine. Using another container, fill machine with plain water and run that through. Repeat until the vinegar taste is gone. If you do not run lots of plain water through the machine after, your coffee will taste like...um...disgusting! Also, use a spell-checker before improving this posting.
************** To clean hard water deposits from a coffee maker use distilled white vinegar. You may need to use as much as a gallon if the scale buildup is really bad. Fill clean coffee pot one half full of vinegar and run through machine as if making coffee. Repeat this process several times using fresh vinegar until it comes out clear. Do this once a week and your maker will work much better.
************** Use citric acid or LEMON JUICE CONCENTRATE instead of vinegar. It cleans just as well but doesn't leave the funky odor that vinegar does. You can run enough water to get rid of the vinegar taste, but the odor will linger for days or weeks. Much better to use lemon juice concentrate (no pulp!!) or one of the commercial products like the one available from Starbucks.