Dishwashers are amongst the best-loved appliances in a modern home. They save you loads of time and a large amount of hassle by cleaning all of your dirty dishes with minimal human input. If you’re buying a dishwasher for the first time, replacing an existing dishwasher or upgrading from an older model, our in-depth guides will tell you all you need to know. We have pulled together information on everything from different dishwasher types to the features in high-end models – and even what you can (and cannot) wash in them. Some of the things that can be washed in a dishwasher might surprise you. If you are not a fan of doing the washing up, this is a purchase that could really make your family’s life much easier.
Dishwasher Capacity and Place Settings
Place settings are the best starting point for deciding what dishwasher you need – they dictate how much you will be able to wash at once. If you want to wash pots, baking trays, pans and other cookware that does not come in a standard size, you may not be able to work out exactly what will fit in.
There are some features in dishwashers that can give you extra flexibility and maximise the use of space. Folding down tines are an excellent way of getting more into the dishwasher. If you have a kitchen full of dirty pans, bowls and dishes, you can fold down the tines so you can fit more items inside. Dishwashers are available with this feature in the bottom basket, top basket or sometimes both. A cutlery tray at the top of your dishwasher, instead of at the bottom, makes arranging awkwardly shaped dishes easier. If you can, go and see your prospective dishwasher instore so you can get an idea of how much you will be able to squeeze in.
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