To remove film from dishwasher dishes, use an acidic cleaning solution, soak the dish in vinegar, and then clean the dishes with a mild detergent. Hand wash the dishes, or use a high-quality dishwasher detergent to prevent white film from building up.
- Wipe the dishes with an acidic solution
For stubborn white film, wipe the dishes with an acidic solution like acetone. Test the substance on a dish to ensure it does not damage the finish. Apply the solution to a cotton ball, and gently wipe the ball over the surface of each dish. Wash the dishes with a mild detergent.
- Soak the dish in vinegar
Place cloudy dishes in the sink, cover them with distilled white vinegar, and let the dishes soak until the white film washes off with ease. After soaking, wash the dishes with a mild detergent to remove any remaining film and prevent lingering odors.
- Hand wash the dishes
To remove a light film from dishes, hand wash them in a mild detergent. Rinse the dishes well, and then dry them with a soft cloth to prevent water stains.
- Use a high-quality dish detergent
To prevent a white film from building up on dishes in the dishwasher, use a high-quality dish detergent designed to prevent hard water stains.