Got gunk? This 1 simple step will get your dishwasher clean

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That glorious machine in your kitchen that cleans dishes needs to be cleaned itself. Over time, grease, soap scum and food debris build up in dishwashers, which can provide a breeding ground for germs. House-maintenance expert Bob Vila says you should clean your dishwasher once a month. One way to do it: a baking soda rinse. Your dishwasher will be fresh-smelling and have a brightened, stain-free interior. #HealthyHome
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