Jupiter and Mars are very bright right now.
Many are talking about turning the brightness down with a neutral density filter or a planet-specific filter like the Baader Contrast Booster.
If you want to see what that does, try observing through sunglasses to see if the reduced brightness helps you see details.
You also have some filters that would help:
23A red--to see dark markings on Mars
21 orange--the same, with light areas also enhanced
12 yellow--for light areas and dust storms.
56 green--light areas enhanced
82A blue--excellent on Jupiter or Mars' polar cap and limb clouds
Moon filter--might make the brightness less and enable you to see details on the planets.
Also, using high powers will help--in the case of your 114mm, 100x or more.
You will also see them less bright if you are NOT dark-adapted, so keeping some lights in your observing area helps.
Of course, that makes viewing DSOs impossible, so perhaps you should end your night on the planets rather than observing them in between DSOs.