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 What is the pH of dishwasher powder?

Answer Dishwasher powder is alkaline, normally around the pH of 9-10.
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Powder Is Not Dissolving in a Samsung Dishwasher?

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Is it ok to put normal washing powder in a dishwasher?

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Should you use powder or liquid dishwasher detergent?

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How to Dissolve Caked on Dishwasher Powder?

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