Do you have trouble with your glasses turning cloudy in the dishwasher?
Yeah, me too, so I came up with a dishwasher rinse aid DIY.
I used a mixture of some different recipes and then put my own spin on the dishwasher rinse aid DIY, and want to share it with you.
For this dishwasher rinse aid, you will need white vinegar, lemon slices, rosemary sprigs, lemon essential oil and a glass container to store it in. The rosemary sprigs are optional and really serve no purpose other than an additional scent and they look pretty in the glass container.
I leave mine out on the counter, and I like for it to look nice.
First, you will want to cut the lemon slices. You can leave them in full slices or cut the slices in half again, depending on the size of the opening of your container.
Next, you will cut rosemary sprigs. Maybe you grow your own or have a friend or neighbor that does. Otherwise, you can usually find it in the produce section of the grocery store. Again, the rosemary is optional.
Fill the container with the lemon slices and rosemary sprigs. You can alternate them if you want, and use as much or little as you like. No rules here!
Next, you will want to fill the container with the white vinegar. I use a funnel, but you certainly don’t have to. I’m just not a very neat pourer!
After I have filled the jar with white vinegar, I add a few drops of lemon essential oil. You could possibly omit this, and just use the lemon slices, but I have never tried it that way.
And, that’s it!! It’s that simple.
I fill the rinse aid dispenser in the dishwasher each time I run it.
I keep mine on this cute stand beside my sink with a couple of other cleaning essentials, so it’s easy for me to grab it every time I am ready to run my dishwasher.
And, it just looks pretty!!
I hope you enjoyed this dishwasher rinse aid DIY, and try some of your own. Let me know if you do, I love to hear from you!!
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