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Dishwasher- Time consuming or User friendly?

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    Hey hi… I just want to know if you really prefer using a dishwasher? Doesn’t it cost the risk of maintaining and cleaning? I bought one recently just because my mom wanted one. I find it really hectic… Is it because I’m using it the wrong way? Do help me with suggestions on how to maintain a dishwasher. Comments invited.
    Last edited by Ashlee T.; 11-18-2016, 09:40 AM. Reason: Linking to other sites is not permitted at WH.

  • What is it exactly that you are having difficulty with? There really is no tedious maintenance and upkeep on most dishwashers, that I'm aware of.

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    • I definitely prefer a dishwasher. Much easier to load and unload the dishwasher than to hand wash and dry each item.

      I haven't had any maintenance with mine.

      I can't figure out what would be hectic about it.
      "Be what you're looking for."

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      • Well I find it difficult cleaning the interiors on the long run.

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        • Cleaning the interior? I've never had to clean the inside of the washer. I've had to pull some gunk out of the filter but that was the extent of it.
          Is this a new one? Did you read the accompanying booklet?

          I'm puzzled by what could be the tedious work for you.

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          • I wash all my dishes by hand: I never bother with a dishwasher. I do live in an apartment, though, so this isn't surprising. But my dad got rid of his dishwasher: it just was never used. Still, if there is room in the kitchen for one, then I would probably use it. They are convenient, so no harm, no foul.

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