The problem with that is you still have soap residuals in the wash tank, and those are gonna get on your tank equipment. Honestly, I'd boil the lid and then place it in a bleach solution for a few hours. Seachem PRIME will dechlorinate any residue on rinsing.RookieTank said:I would not use any soap, just hot water an the water jets to clean it.
Anyone ever done this before?
Hard water spots are just mineral scale, largely calcium. Vinegar dissolves them very well! You might have to let it sit a bit bit it will work.jdhef said:I agree with what TheeLadyG said, except I don't think there is any reason to use vinegar unless you have hard water spot that you can get rid of
Yeah, Bosch is a very longlasting dishwasher brand so I would totally recommend it.grayjustin said:No, you can not. My friend used to do it and his dishwasher broken in a year. The quality of this product is not convenient for automatic washers. But, if you want... you can try, maybe your dishwasher will work with it. By the way, what kind of model do you have? Mine is Bosch. I’m totally satisfied with it. What about you? Where did you buy it? Because I’ve bought mine from a very nice company with a lot of useful products. I’m buying just from they! This is amazing!