I Took the Finish Quantum Sticky Dish Challenge

Over the last few months, I have been working hard to get more comfortable in the kitchen.  And I am pleased to announce that I have cooked and baked quite a few tasty recipes for family and friends.  If you know me at all, you know that this is a big accomplishment.  While I am actually enjoying cooking (gasp), I will tell you that I absolutely hate washing the dishes.  I hate it so much that I purposely look for recipes that will be easy to clean up when I am finished.

Fortunately, I just learned about Finish® Quantum® Dishwashing Detergent.  With a 3-chamber technology, Finish Quantum releases agents that break down food residues so well that there is no need to pre-rinse.  Any technology that saves me from washing dishes by hand is good in my book.  So, how does it work exactly?

  • Finish® Quantum® releases each agent when needed during the cycle
  • Rinsing Gel Powerball® – Works to wash away residues for sparkling clean glasses and dishes
  • Scrubbing Microbeads – To break down even the toughest food residues so they can be washed away
  • PowermaxTM Bleach – To attack tough stains like tea and coffee

That sounds fantastic, right?  But does it really work?  As part of the #FinishRevolution, I was asked to take the Sticky Dish Challenge.  To complete the challenge, I needed to create a sticky recipe (something that would normally be difficult to clean), refrain from the pre-rinse, place dishes directly into the dishwasher and let them sit overnight.  In the morning, use one Finish Quantam tablet and report the results.

I decided to try a recipe I recently found on Pinterest called French Toast Casserole.  What’s stickier that syrup, brown sugar and bread baked in the oven?  I knew this would create a baked on residue that would be difficult to remove.  Before beginning the process, I headed to Williams-Sonoma to select the perfect dish for my project and found a lovely red 9×13 stoneware dish.  To see the French Toast Casserole recipe, check out my recent post.

As you can see, the recipe did indeed leave quite the mess.  I did not think that without pre-rinsing and using a little elbow grease, that the Finish Quantum would be able to remove the stuck on residue.  I placed the dish on the bottom rack of my dishwasher and let the tablet go to work!  To my surprise, the dish came out completely clean.  No kidding.

Do you want to take the sticky dish challenge?  Get a free sample of Finish Quantum to try in your home by simply filling out this form.  If you want more information, check out Finish’s Facebook page and YouTube Channel.

This post is the opinion of the Experimental Mommy.  While a sample and gift card were received to facilitate this review, all opinions remain 100% mine.

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