Monday, October 6, 2014

We're Partying with Cascade Platinum #CascadeShiningReviews & Giveaway


It's not deja vu, we did it again!  We got to celebrate with a new group of friends and Cascade all over again this month.

 
This time the celebration included French Toasts and (virgin) Mimosas, Yum!
I also wanted to recreate the Brownie experiment, so we had brownies too.  I didn't hear any complaints.
 
 
 
Orange Juice and French Toast is delicious but it definitely makes for some messy dishes. 
 
I explained to my friends that we were not going to pre-wash our plates or glasses before putting them in the dishwasher.  When using Cascade Platinum you get to skip the pre-wash, and still get sparkling clean dishes after the wash.
 
I did have a few skeptics in the house, but that's why we planned for them to stay long enough to see the dishes when they came out of the dishwasher.   
 
 
After a good meal thanks to a delicious French Toast recipe from the Food Network and Alton Brown, we put our dish straight into the dishwasher.  I then added the Cascade Platinum tab, and the Cascade Rinse Aid to my dishwasher.  Finally, I added my brownie dish that I had from the night before, and pressed start.
 
The skeptics were ready to laugh, and I was ready to laugh back, because I've seen how Cascade Platinum worked on a starchy dish of Mac & Cheese last month, and every load I've made since.
 
 
There you have it! Results don't lie!
I had some very impressed friends.
 
All that messy maple syrup- GONE, the brownie dish- CLEAN.  The glasses of Orange Juice- SPARKLING CLEAN.  I love this new Cascade Platinum.
 
How Does Cascade Platinum work?
  • Cascade Platinum is a premium product designed to achieve a clean so powerful it helps keep the dishwasher sparkling while also delivering immaculately clean dishes each and every time.  It even works on 24-hour stuck-on-food!
How Can you Skip the Pre-Wash?
  • Cascade Platinum works best when food soil is left on the dishes because its special enzymes latch onto that food, breaking down so it can wash away.  If there's no food soil, there's nothing for the enzymes to attach to and your detergent isn't working its hardest for you.
Where Does Food left on My Dishes Go?
  • Don't worry about food left on the dishes damaging your machine or pipes.  There is a garbage disposal built into the bottom of almost all dishwashers that works exactly like the disposal in your sink.
 
Have an opinion to share? Head to the Cascade website to leave a short review of Cascade Platinum (http://www.cascadeclean.com/us/cascade/review) including #CascadeShiningReviews.
 
Giveaway: One lucky Kids and Deals reader will win a Cascade Platinum Prize Pack. (enter through the rafflecopter form below)
 
The Prize pack will include:

·         1 pack of Cascade Platinum

·         1 Bottle of Cascade Rinse Aid

·         Whisk

·         Spatula

·         Wine Topper

·         Sugar Sifter

 
 
 
Disclosure: This review was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Cascade. I was provided the featured product free of charge to facilitate my review, but all opinions are 100% mine.

51 comments:

  1. As much as I LOVE it...baked on cheese is a pain to clean.
    Mary Beth Elderton

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  2. I think baked on egg and cheese is hard to clean.

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  3. I think burnt spaghetti sauce.

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  4. Definitely dried on eggs is the hardest to get clean.

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  5. Casseroles baked in the oven make for on difficult pan to clean.

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  6. I hate cleaning baked-on cheese!

    skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net

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  7. Baked Chicken.

    wendym at cableone dot net

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  8. Dried on lasagna is the hardest food for me to clean off.

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  9. cooked on cheese (that's the worst)
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  10. Cleaning baked on eggs or lasagne is the worst.

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  11. The worst food to clean off pans or even dishes is baked on pasta. One time I tried to use my finger nail to get the pasta off and the pasta when under my nail. I think it hurt more than giving birth. After that incident I made sure it never happened again!

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  12. I think the worst is baked-on cheese!

    andysavi.mom@gmail.com

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  13. Dried/Baked Tomato sauce or Grease/oil

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  14. Baked on cheese and baked on tomato paste or sauce of any sort. I try to line my bake wear with foil to cut down on this type of baked on mess but sometimes I do forget.

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  15. Dried lasagna. .. it grosses me out!

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  16. Lasagna has to be the biggest dish mess maker in my house!

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  17. baked on eggs

    elkhornchris at gmail dot com

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  18. I think cinnamon is the worst to clean in a dish washer.

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  19. Any dish with spaghetti sauce and cheese

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  20. This sounds great, I just got a new dishwasher so I would love to try this. I really despise cleaing anything burnt off of a pan, especially chicken and dumplings!

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  21. Oatmeal that OTHER family members don't rinse.

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  22. I hate cleaning dried up oatmeal

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  23. I think it's hardest to clean up the spillover from apple pie! thank you

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  24. Heather Hayes PanjonOctober 11, 2014 at 9:20 PM

    Melted Or Baked Cheese Is The Worst Food To Clean Off Dishes.

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  25. CONNIE SOWARDS commenting: Oatmeal, mac + cheese and lasagne. These are the worst offenders in my house.

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  26. the worst in my house in spaghetti sauce

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  27. anything with tomato sauce in it!

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  28. Darlene Jones-NelsonOctober 12, 2014 at 1:34 PM

    I think Lasagna is the worst to get off!

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  29. Dried on milk. My boyfriend is notorious for leaving just enough to form a yucky crust in the bottom of glasses and cereal bowls.

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  30. Anything that curdles or anything molded!! Eeeek.

    ashleymorrissey90(at)gmail(dot)com

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  31. Marnie G (Derrick Todd)October 16, 2014 at 9:15 AM

    The worst food to clean is any baked on saucy, cheesy type casserole. It always seems impossible to clean without soaking or prewashing.

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  32. CHEESE is my dreaded dishwasher foe... jmae bowers, jmbnikki@sbcglobal.net

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