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- Pre-soaking Powerball to soften the toughest food residue
- Remove even tough stains
- Gently scrub your dishes, glasses, and silverware
- Help rinse away residue
- Eliminate spots and film for sparkling clean
Powerball Tabs: Powerful Scrubbing Action
The pre-soaking Powerball bursts into action to help soften the toughest food residues, like baked-on lasagna and dried-on oatmeal, for easy removal. The powerful cleaners remove even tough stains, like those from coffee and tea, and gently scrub your dishes, glasses, and silverware for a sparkling clean. The Rinse Agent action helps rinse away residue, eliminating spots and film for a sparkling shine. Finish Powerball Tabs are available in 12, 20, 32, 60, and 85 count sizes in Orange and Fresh scents.
Biodegradable and Safe for Septic Systems
All Finish automatic dishwashing products are biodegradable and safe for septic systems.
When it comes to pioneering dishwashing products, Finish has been at the forefront since 1957. Finish is continuously innovating and rigorously testing its products to ensure excellent dish cleaning results. That's why Finish is the number-one recommended brand by more dishwasher brands worldwide.* Whatever your lifestyle demands, you can rely on Finish to give you a brilliant, gleaming shine in every cycle.
Finish offers a range of Automatic Dishwasher Detergents that deliver the deep clean and brilliant shine that you demand from your dishwashing products. Finish offers convenient new solutions that take the worry out of dishwashing. Whatever type of detergent your busy lifestyle demands, Finish has a solution and offers the "Diamond Standard" in dishwashing. See the Finish Solutions chart below to discover which solution is right for you.
*More dishwasher brands recommend Finish Products worldwide than any other brand.
† Based on a study performed at Reckitt Benckiser's Category Research & Development facility in Ludwigshafen, Germany in March 2011, examining the drying index and visual ratings of items of dishware, glassware, cutlery, and plastic. The study followed the standard test protocol IEC 60436 (Drying Performance test), and results were analyzed via ANOVA followed by Turkey's multiple comparison and significance tested at 95 percent confidence level.