733 Dishwashers

Dishwashers are one of our favorite modern miracles. Not only can they save up to six gallons of water versus washing dishes by hand, they also save us precious time and effort. Even if you live in a small apartment or house you can employ a portable dishwasher or slimline dishwasher to handle that dirty work for you. Before you go shopping for a dishwasher, however, there are a few things you should keep in mind: More 
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What should I look for when buying my new dishwasher?


Dishwashers nowadays come with a huge selection of features, making it easy to get lost in all the options. Before you start shopping it’s best to figure out what functions are most important to you. This could include the visual design, rack configurations, wash programs and more. Don’t forget to consider what size you’ll need; if you have a large family, entertain often or prefer to let the dishwasher take care of your pots and pans you may need a larger model. Another consideration is an Energy Star rating to save on your monthly utility bill. If you have small children it’s also a good idea to look for a dishwasher that locks during wash cycles as the water can get up to 165 °F.

What’s the difference between high-end and low-end dishwashers?


If you’re not sure a high-end dishwasher is worth the investment, keep in mind the major difference between lower-priced models and their more expensive counterparts is the amount of noise they produce. Of course, higher-end dishwashers may offer more features like sensors, extra wash settings and additional jets, as well. They may also give you the option for a wider variety of styles and installation choices, such as an integrated dishwasher or dishwasher drawers. As with any purchase, it’s a balance between staying within your budget and getting all the features you need (or want).
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