- Best way to load a dishwasher
- Where to put plates, bowls, glasses when loading a dishwasher
- How to put dishes in dishwasher for best clean
Steps to Verify Issue:
Before loading dishes, it is good to know:
- Do not have to pre-rinse dishes; scrape off large bits and place in the dishwasher.
To load the dishwasher:
- Soap is attraced to food residue, so it is not necessary to rinse dirty dishes.
- Scrape off large debris before loading the dishwasher.
- Load dirtiest dishes toward the center of the rack.
- Do not place cutlery inside each other (for example, spoons should not be stuck together).
- Place the handle side down on all cutlery except knives, which should be placed blade down.
- Plates are more vertical, allowing for storage of more plates.
- Bowls are best located in bottom rear.
- The stemware rack is in upper compartment.
- Place mugs under wine glasses that are angled onto the stemware rack when the rack is down.
- Load cutlery.
- Load cups, wine glasses, bowls, and larger cooking utensils.
- Load plates, saucers, mixing bowls, pots, and pans.
Refer to the product use and care guide for tips and dishwasher loading illustrations specific to each model.
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