[tweetmeme source=”plassappliance”]Do you ever run the dishwasher only to find at the end of the cycle your dishes are still dirty? If this sounds like you, listen up. Cleaner dishes are on the horizon my friend. Here are 8 helpful Dishwasher tips that you can try to implement in order to ensure those dishes come out of your dishwasher squeaky clean.
Don’t Overload: Rule #1 in all households that own a dishwasher should be, “Do Not Overload the Dishwasher!” I’m sure you think that you can fit that last dish, bowl, or even fork in the dishwasher, but don’t. Leave it out and save it for the next load, or better yet wash that last one by hand. Overloading the dishwasher is a no-no. The more dishes that block the washer arms, the less chance they have to clean the dishes. Set a limit of how many dishes to load and stick to it.
[tweetmeme source=”plassappliance”]When it comes to purchasing a new dishwasher, where do you start? What should you be looking for? Here are 7 features to take note of that you should consider when it comes time to make a new dishwasher purchase.
Stainless Steel Tub: What makes stainless steel tub that much better than a plastic tub? Four things: assisted drying, odor elimination, preventative interior staining, and quieter wash cycle . The stainless steel tub helps assist in the drying cycle by holding the heat and drawing the condensation to the tub walls off the plates and glass ware. You will not encounter odor issues with a stainless steel tub as stainless does not absorb odors like plastic tubs may. Plastic tubs also can stain and change color from liquids like red wine, whereas a stainless tub will not stain. Finally, a stainless tub provides better insulation and is quieter than a plastic tub. If you have the ability to upgrade to a stainless tub dishwasher, it’s worth the additional cost. Read more…