Camargue salt Dishwasher Powder Discover our dishwasher powder, made from four ingredients of natural origin, entirely biodegradable. An eco-responsible and zero waste choice to efficiently clean your dishware.

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How to use our dishwasher powder?

We recommend using one tbsp for a normal wash and two for dirtier dishes (≈ 20g per spoon). To be the most eco-friendly possible, it is recommended to turn your diswasher on only once it is full and to use low-temperature cycles. If needed, you can also add eco regenerating salt and rinsing liquid.

Remember to remove any food waste from your plates and crockery before placing them in the dishwasher. Then, you simply need to take the amount of powder needed and to place it directly in the dishwasher, you don't necessary need to put it in the small compartment.   

As our powder is anhydrous, meaning it doesn’t contain any water, it can be kept for a long time. We recommend placing it out of the reach of children and in a sealed container, a glass jar for example, to protect it from humidity.  

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Frequently asked questions

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Will the powder damage my dishwasher? 
Of course not. With a pH of 10, it is ideal for dishwashers and pipework.

Does the dishwasher powder clean everything?  
Just like for all dishwashers, it is recommended to avoid fragile crockery such as porcelain, crystal or hand-painted tableware, wood, silver, copper, or aluminium.  

Can the dishwasher powder also be used with hard water?  
Yes, our powder can also be used if you have hard water. Depending on where you live and the water hardness, you can adjust the amount of powder used. The less hard the water is, the less powder is needed. If your water is very hard, you can also use eco regenerating salt. 

Is your dishwasher powder compatible with septic tanks?
Our dishwasher powder is perfectly suitable for septic tanks.

What is more eco-friendly: washing-up by hand or using the dishwasher?  
It depends on your machine or how much water you use when you are washing-up by hand! Generally speaking, a good dishwasher uses 10-12L of water per wash, whereas by hand around 40L of water are needed.  

If you use a dishwasher, you need to bear in mind the electrical consumption. The higher the temperature, the more electricity is going to be needed. On average, a dishwasher needs 1 kWh per cycle. This is less than the energy needed to heat water when doing the dishes.  

Don’t forget to only start a machine once it is full and use the eco mode. If you use this cycle, we recommend using an intensive mode at least once a month to remove any accumulated grease and scale. 

My dishes are greasy and a bit cloudy. How can I clean my machine? 
If you notice grease marks on your dishes, it's possible that your machine itself contains fat. Here is what you need to do.

1. Unplug your dishwasher and remove all removable parts.

2. Clean the wash arm with some soap and a cloth.

3. Scour the filer with a hard brush soaked with warm water and some soap to remove any bits of food which would be blocking it.

4. Clean the door joint with a sponge and white vinegar.

5. Launch an empty wash programme with two cups of 250ml of white vinegar.