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Lemi Shine® Booster

No more spots and film even in hard water

The #1 Dish Detergent Booster for removing the toughest hard water spots and film from your dishes and glassware.

More often than not, hard water is the culprit defacing your dishes. Lemi Shine® fights back against the minerals in hard water (magnesium and calcium) to give you super clean dishes. Use with your dishwashing detergent in every load.

Phosphate Free | Biodegradable | Non-Toxic

Lemi Shine® Dish Detergent Booster is available in 12oz and 24oz powder. Also available in easy to use pre-measured Tablets!


"THE BEST PRODUCT THAT I HAVE FOUND"


Wonderful Products

I started using Lemi-Shine back in the 90's and I have recommended it to many people over the years. It is the best product that I have found for fighting hard water spots on dishes

Mamabear

Odessa, Texas

Works Great!

This product works great on my dishes. Using regular dishwasher soap never seems to get my dishes completely clean but with this booster they come out really clean and shiny with no film.

1cmichelle

Valley Springs, California

Hated my dishwasher until I started using this

Dishes just never were cleaned - it's a condo cheap dishwasher and was thinking that's just the way it is - then started using this and every load is glistening!!!

pjbeja

Scottsdale, Arizona

REVIEWS

Lemi Shine Booster 12oz is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 1081.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I finally found something that works! I have tried so many things to try and combat cloudy and spotted dishes. I finally found something that works. It took a few washings but it even got the previous hard water cloudiness off. I use the rinse aide to clean my glass shower doors. It seems to work pretty good but I'm still experimenting with that. If it works on my dishes it should work on my shower doors.
Date published: 2018-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Saved me buying a new dishwasher Have loved my kitchen aid dishwashers for close to 20 years but recently the washed dishes have been covered in a nasty film. I ran my dishes twice with the Lemi shine and they are once again acceptable. Glad to not need to buy new dishwashers. Apparently the new dish detergents are missing some ingredients causing less than acceptably clean dishes. Using the powder in addition to my detergent does the trick! I’d love to get my hands on other of their products to try.
Date published: 2018-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Our dishes started to get thick white buildup on them so I read about Lemi Shine. After using the Lemi Shine dishwasher cleaner, as instructed, and using the dishwasher booster, our dishes are completely clean with no white residue! Works great!!
Date published: 2018-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding Bought this product after reading about it online. Not only did my dishes have a white film on them after being washed, but the interior of the dishwasher had the film also. Before reading about the booster, I could not figure out what was wrong. I thought it might be the dishwasher, and it was very disheartening because it is only a year old. After the first use, the dishes were squeaky clean, and the dishwasher looked like new inside. I highly recommend Lemi Shine Booster. It works better than advertised.
Date published: 2018-01-30
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QUESTIONS

Hi! Is it safe to use the lemi shine booster Along with jet dry?

Asked by: Andi
Yes
Answered by: msmstg01
Date published: 2018-10-24

I have a dishwasher with only one dispenser. Should the Lemi Shine go in the bottom of the dishwasher and the detergent in the dispenser, or the detergent in the bottom and the Lemi Shine in the dispenser?

Asked by: sumac3
Hi, Thank you for asking! Lemi Shine Detergent Booster should be placed in the main wash receptacle when used in conjunction with your detergent to get your dishes sparkling clean. If the detergent is in a pod form, put the pod at the bottom of the dishwasher and pour the booster in the dispenser. If the detergent is a loose powder, instead of filling the entire receptacle with the booster, fill it halfway with the detergent booster and the other half with the detergent.
Answered by: Lemi Shine Customer Care
Date published: 2019-01-25

is lemishine safe to use for all-clad stainless steel cookware

Asked by: tom M
Hi Tom, Yes, Lemi Shine Detergent Booster is safe to use on stainless steel cookware. However, it is best to check the manufacturer's care instructions first. If the instructions warn against using products containing citric acid or lemon, then you should use the detergent booster. Thank you for asking!
Answered by: Lemi Shine Customer Care
Date published: 2019-10-11

We have just purchased Lemi Shine. I'd like to clarify. We place a dishwasher pod on the bottom of the dishwasher before running and fill the usual dishwasher dispenser with the product Lemi Shine? We just ran the first lemi shine cycle without dishes 

Asked by: Bona
Hi, Yes, that is correct. Lemi Shine Detergent Booster is poured into in the main wash receptacle, and the detergent pod is placed at the bottom of the dishwasher. Thank you for asking!
Answered by: Lemi Shine Customer Care
Date published: 2019-05-21

I live in an area with really hard water, will Lemi Shine help with spots and film on my dishes?

Asked by: Chris_m
Hi Chris, Yes! Lemi Shine Detergent Booster removes the toughest hard water spots and film from dishes and glassware! Thank you for asking!
Answered by: Lemi Shine Customer Care
Date published: 2019-10-11

I know it says to fill the main receptacle on first usage. That seems like a lot of Lemi Shine booster. My receptacle doesn't have a fill line on it. Do I fill it to the top? 

Asked by: Patsfan42
Hi Patsfan42, That's a great question! Some of Lemi Shine's most loyal customers proclaim that a tablespoon of the booster is enough to get the dishes sparkling clean! However, different geographic areas have different concentrations of hard water and may require more than a tablespoon of the booster. We suggest that you start with less of the booster and adjust according until you receive the desired results.
Answered by: Lemi Shine Customer Care
Date published: 2018-10-23

I have portmeirion dishes and want to know if your product is safe to use with them. Thanks

Asked by: Carkil
Hi Carkil, Thank you for checking with us first. We do not recommend using Lemi Shine Detergent Booster on painted on and enamel coated tableware. The instructions on care and use for Portmeirion dishes recommends against using detergents with “lemon” or other citrus scents/additives. Lemi Shine Detergent Booster is made with real fruit acids and natural citrus oils.
Answered by: Lemi Shine Customer Care
Date published: 2019-10-11

Hello, I have purchased your booster. It states that it's ingredients are real fruit acids and citrus oil, Are there any other ingredients? I have read the MDS sheet, it refers to a Chemical that is a "Supplier Trade Secret" ?? Thanks, Dale

Asked by: Dale
Hi Dale, That is an excellent question, thank you for asking! Lemi Shine is a proprietary product. We do not give out specifics on our formula, but we can tell you, Lemi Shine Detergent Booster is a blend of real fruit extracts and natural citrus oils. It is non-toxic, biodegradable, and phosphate free.
Answered by: Lemi Shine Customer Care
Date published: 2019-10-11
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