How to save money on rinse aid … kitchen helper
If you use a dishwasher you’ll know how important rinse aid is to achieving great results, particularly for glassware. And while it undeniably does a good job of creating spot-free glasses, it is quite expensive for one of those tiny bottles. If you’re keen to save money, we’ve got an inexpensive substitute that you can use that you’ve probably already got at home.
So what is this mystery product? White vinegar! Yes, that bottle of white vinegar sitting in your pantry can be used instead of rinse aid. Make sure you use up any rinse aid that is in your dishwasher first, then refill the rinse aid well in your dishwasher with white vinegar. You’ll be pleasantly surprised to see that it works just as well as the expensive commercial rinse aid.