Our compact 3-chamber chemistry is effective at breaking down all types of food residues – even without pre-rinsing.
For shiny dishes.
Frequently Asked Questions
Finish Quantum Tabs are a wrapper-free dishwashing detergent, All you need is one Quantum tab for one dishwasher cycle. It is made of a water soluble film, which rapidly dissolves in the dishwasher cycle. This means that moisture and humidity can be a problem, even causing tabs to stick together or dissolve outside of the machine. Do not separate tabs if stuck together. It is ok to place up to 2 stuck tabs into the bottom of the machine if it does occur.
Handle Finish Quantum Ultimate Tabs only with completely dry hands. Wet hands leave moisture in the packaging and on the other Tabs in the pack, leading them to stick together.
Close the zipper of your pack securely to avoid any moisture from entering and place it in a dry place, away from any moisture and out of reach from children.
No! Pre-rinsing is a thing of the past. And although many do it, it’s time consuming and wastes up to 20 gallons of water per load! Modern detergents such as Finish Quantum contain both bleach and enzymes and are recommended by dishwasher manufacturers for use without pre-rinsing. Bleach fights tough stains like tea and coffee, and enzymes breakdown proteins and starches. All you have to do is scrape the larger pieces into the trash can and load your dishwasher.
Dishwasher tablets contain surfactants, which affect the liquid they are added to, making it more efficient at picking up and washing away debris. They also include enzymes (to break down starchy foods and protein), builders (to tackle hard water) and safe bleaches.
Once you’ve put your dishwasher tab into the detergent dispenser compartment, your machine will release the contents at the optimal time allowing the tab to disintegrate into the water, release all ingredients and clean your dishes!
Dishwasher tablets should only go in the dishwasher detergent compartment of your dishwasher, not loose in the dishwasher itself.
Detergent tablets should always be placed in the detergent dispenser compartment.
If you’re placing the tablet at the bottom of the dishwasher it’s likely that it will dissolve too quickly, releasing the detergent during the prewash and leaving no detergent for the main wash cycle. This will reduce the efficiency of your wash.
The standard shelf life of dishwasher tablets is two years but it’s best not to stockpile Finish products in case the product and its packaging deteriorates over time.
While using an out-of-date dishwasher tablet isn’t going to cause any damage to your kitchenware or dishwasher, it may be less effective than when used within the correct timeframe.
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