Your dishwasher will be working overtime to wash dishes and cookware not frequently used during the holiday season. When well-intentioned family members place mugs in the bottom rack, large items are loaded in the bottom rack – closest to the spray arm for best cleaning. Mugs and other small items should be placed in the top rack.
Other dishwasher tips:
- Despite what your mother-in-law may say, pre-rinsing dishes is still a waste of time but it is wise to scrape away large chunks of food before placing them in your dishwasher.
- To avoid any leaking disasters, check your dishwasher’s door seals, which are known to tear easily. If you find tears, you should replace them immediately.
- For a fresh dishwasher, use a cloth to wipe the space near the bottom of the door and the bottom front of the tub to prevent mold growth.
- Is your glassware looking foggy? That’s called etching and it caused by using too much detergent.
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