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Dishwasher Detergent

Add your dishes - no pre-wash needed
Place pod in dishwashing machine dispenser
Choose your wash cycle

"Our powerful little pod will take care of the rest. We promise. (That’s why we have a risk-free trial.) So easy, you'll wonder if it's magic. But it’s just nature and science. Cool, right?

For best results: use dry hands, and double check that no big pots or pans are blocking your dispenser or water flow. We’ve all been there. After each use, close box and secure the child lock to keep your little ones and pets safe."

Frequently Asked Questions

Items like sterling silver and fine china should not be washed in a dishwasher and should be gently washed by hand. A good rule of thumb is to leave out wood, iron, silver, aluminum, or any china or crystal not labeled dishwasher-safe.
Every dishwasher is different, so always refer to your owner’s manual, but the general principles of loading a dishwasher are typically the same. Always face dishes inwards towards the center of your machine. Put larger, bulky items like pots and baking sheets on the sides or in the back, paying special attention to the path of the sprayer and the location of your dishwasher’s detergent chamber. Glasses and heat-sensitive plastics should go in the top rack. Avoid water spots by placing glasses between tines, not over them. And for super clean utensils, try alternating the way you place silverware into the utensil basket with some head-first and others feet-first to avoid accidental nesting during the wash cycle.
For automatic dishwasher cleaning, ensure the dispenser drawer is not blocked. Anything can block it - utensils, glasses, or larger items like dishes or baking sheets. If the dispenser can't open completely, the dishwasher detergent pod will be trapped and not fully exposed to the washing process.
Yes, Dropps are designed to work in both hard and soft water systems.