PGC95787

Dishwasher Detergent

Powder - 60 oz (3.75 lb) - 60 / Box - White

Reg. Price $9.45

Our Price $7.60 Per Box

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Powder detergent powers away stuck-on foods
Grease-fighting power of Dawn removes residue for pure shine
Phosphate-free formula washes stains for clean, sparkling results
Designed for under-the-counter and cabinet-type automatic utensil washers
  • Additional Info
SKU
PGC95787
Manufacturer
Procter & Gamble
Manufacturer Part Number
95787
Brand Name
Cascade
Product Type
Dishwashing Detergent
Packaged Quantity
60 / Pack
Application/Usage
Utensil
Color
White
Features
Phosphate-free
Recommended Use
Stain Remover
Recycled
No

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CascadeDishwasher Detergent
 
3.2

(based on 1067 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (531)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (64)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (22)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (20)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (430)

57%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

New Cascade formula

We have used cascade for many years with nothing but satifaction. A couple of months ago my wife could not find the dark green box all she could get was the light green with...Read complete review

We have used cascade for many years with nothing but satifaction. A couple of months ago my wife could not find the dark green box all she could get was the light green with Dawn.Dishwashing has gone down hill from there. The Heating element turned a brown color with a calcim build up and dishes are left with a film all over them and our plastics have all turnd white with the film like etched in them. I have torn my dishwasher apart tring to figure whats going on only to find nothing mechanically wrong with my unit . I started asking questions and eveything leads back to the new regulation of deleating phosphates from the detergant.We have very hard water (which the posphates helped with) and also had to raise the temp of my hot water (which has now cut into my energy conservation) plus a higher risk of scalding.The bottom line I feel is this If you start having problems with you dishwashers perfomance you should run a cleaner and sanitizer thru once a month. Dont blame the manufacturer of detergant for following the new environmental regulations. I will replace the heater because the buildup is so bad and run a cleaner thru every month.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Phosphate free is the problem. I have answer

I have been an appliance tech in Arizona for 15 years. Our water is very hard and white film on dishes is a daily service call. Used to be able to direct customers to...Read complete review

I have been an appliance tech in Arizona for 15 years. Our water is very hard and white film on dishes is a daily service call. Used to be able to direct customers to Cascade Complete Powder because of the high phosphate content to soften the water. Yes, P/G, phosphates DO soften water. So, unless you live in a place with naturally soft water, or spend the bucks on a softener your options are now limited... there is hope however. There is a product on the market, I won't use the name because its not a PG product. But it is sold in the same soap isle usually near the rinse aid. It comes in a yellow water bottle shape and has a picture of a Lemon on it. It is a natural citric acid based product that you can 50/50 with any enzyme based powder soap. This product works very well, and will even remove existing film already on dishes (unless the new soap as already etched the glass). I promise this will resolve your problem. I have read all previous reviews, and even the PG responses, and can't believe the help they are offering. The problem IS lime and calcuim from the hard water. Nothing to do with rinse aid. All the rinse aid does is put a sheeting action over your dishes to help with drying and won't do anything but seal in the film. Please, PG, please stop giving incorrect advise. If you have a water softener and are still having the same problem, have your water tested, as your water softener is probably in need of service. Until they reinstate phosphates or some other water softening agent into the detergent, this is the best we can do. Hope this helps.

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5.0

Cascade Powder Dishwasher Detergent Original Scent

By theresacj

from newnan, ga.

Comments about Cascade Dishwasher Detergent:

For me there is NOTHING else. It does an excellent job with my dishes, but I also put it on hard stains on clothing . to soak before washing. I used it on floors too.

 
3.0

The original is the best!

By grizz459

from Fredonia, Arizona

Comments about Cascade Dishwasher Detergent:

I've always loved the original version, it works the best . You can even use it to clean floors. I've tried generic versions or store brands but I end up throwing those out. I love this stuff. Don't ever change the formula, I depend on it!!!

 
5.0

My glasses were etching.

By EldiesCathy

from Eldridge IA

Comments about Cascade Dishwasher Detergent:

I have had problems with my glasses etching from my soft water and dish washer detergent. They would always look cloudy, like they weren't clean. I was told by someone I was using to much dish washing soap. I new if I used less my dishes wouldn't get clean. So I tried Cascade. I don't have to as much and my dishes are always clean and I don't have a problem with etching.

 
5.0

Simply Super Cleaning

By Buscari

from Oregon

Comments about Cascade Dishwasher Detergent:

This powder does everything I need it to. The scent is a good protection to prevent children and pets from accidental ingestion. (Scent a small price to pay for safety.) By-the-by, I've tried the Actionpacs and they leave a nasty tasting rainbow film on my dishes.

 
4.0

This product worked well in cleaning the dishes.

By Becky

from Kansas City, MO

Comments about Cascade Dishwasher Detergent:

When we had a dishwasher, this is the product that we used. It did a great job of cleaning our dishes for us.

 
1.0

Scent is unbearable

By Kat

from Tacoma, WA

Comments about Cascade Dishwasher Detergent:

I have used your dishwasher soap essentially my entire life (61 now) and the new scent has made this box be the last box... Whoever told you that was pleasant lied to you!!

 
2.0

works well

By jb

from Solon, Ia

Comments about Cascade Dishwasher Detergent:

I have used cascade prodcuts for over 40 years now. I have always found it very reliable.

 
2.0

Tech

By Liladi

from New york

Comments about Cascade Dishwasher Detergent:

Cascade® Powder powers away greasy residue for sparkling dishes to get every meal off to a great start. Featuring the trusted grease-fighting power of Dawn®, Cascade Powder rinses away residue, leaving your dishes sparklingâ€"and ready for your next mealtime masterpiece. • Powder with the grease-fighting power of Dawn • Also available in Gel and ActionPacsâ„¢

 
4.0

Cleans well

By Kato

from Phila,Pa

Comments about Cascade Dishwasher Detergent:

This product cleans well, gets rid of grease with no problem,my only gripe is the residue thats left in the glasses after washing,but not sure if its the detergent or my not so high end dishwasher.

 
5.0

Works like a charm

By DefLepChick

from Plainsboro, NJ

Comments about Cascade Dishwasher Detergent:

I've been using the same warehouse-sized box for a while (a year or more) and my dishes are always clean.

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