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What is a Dishwasher?

Basically, a dishwasher is a robotic device that cleans and rinses off your dirty dishes. After a family occasion or a weekend party, there are a lot of dishes to be washed and you don’t feel like washing them. Well, it’s a kind of day, you need a dishwasher. You can find all types of dishwashers online in Nepal at Deal Ayo. Deal Ayo is one of the most trusted companies for quality assurance in Nepal.

You just have to load the dishes you want to wash, add the detergent powder, and set the washing cycles. Once turned on, your dishwasher has a lot to accomplish on its own.

  • Adding water
  • Heats the water to the temperature required by the particular mode
  • Open and spray the detergent automatically on time
  • Spray the water to clean the dishes
  • Now, wash off the dirty water and clean again.

A dishwasher saves you a tremendous amount of time. They help you maintain a healthy kitchen and easy clean up after messing up. In order to maintain the standards of public health, some hospitals and public feeding programs are bound to clean the dish using a dishwasher by law.

Types of Dishwasher Available @ Deal Ayo

One of the most important things to consider while buying a dishwasher is knowing the requirements that fit your needs. The dishwasher that will meet your need perfectly depends on your family size, budget, and space available in your kitchen. Here, we have a list of the dishwasher that will meet your need and budget.

1.Built-in Dishwashers

They are the most popular and recognized types of dishwashers available in the market. They are designed to fit under the table, benches, or cabinet in your kitchen. They are very quiet due to the presence of furniture around them. This capability of fitting in and quietness makes this model a very popular one.

2. Portable Dishwashers

The portable dishwashers are designed to be able to move around. They can be moved anywhere you can facilitate water and drainage. In case you have no dedicated space in your kitchen for the dishwasher, in such cases, you can consider the option of a portable dishwasher. You can move them around the kitchen.

3. Drawer Dishwashers

They are the latest design of dishwashers available in the market. They have a very unique type of opening. They open like the common drawers rather than the traditional pull-down door. They are perfect for the home with less dishwashing to do as they are smaller than the traditional models of dishwashers. Such type of dishwasher come in two formats: one drawer and two drawers.

4. Countertop Dishwasher

They are portable dishwasher which is smaller than portable dishwasher. They are perfect for a small family. They are a very easy-to-use model and they can fit easily on your counter or wherever you can facilitate water and drainage for that matter. However, they have a lower capacity in comparison to other dishwashers. One of the major advantages of countertop dishwashers is that you don’t need built-in space to fit them.

5. Integrated Dishwashers

As the name suggests, the integrated dishwasher has to be built into your kitchen space. If you want an aesthetic-looking kitchen with a uniform look then you must have a dishwasher that just fits in providing a uniform look. They are hidden in your kitchen without any noticeable changes once they are installed.They are available in two styles:

  • Fully Integrated dishwasher
  • Semi-integrated dishwasher

Semi-integrated dishwashers fit in your kitchen cabinets but they have a control panel outside the door. But, the fully integrated dishwashers are completely hidden within the cabinet of your kitchen.

Dishwasher based on Size Type

1. Full Size

They are usually larger in capacity and have two options. The smaller of them can hold up to 12 place settings and the largest model can hold up to 16 place settings. In a full-size dishwasher, you can save water and energy because they can wash more utensils at a time.

2. Slimline Dishwashers

It is the best model for you if you have a small or narrow kitchen. They are similar to the freestanding Dishwasher however they are slimmer and have less width which gives them the name Slimline Dishwashers. Such dishwashers provide similar cleaning power as other dishwashers but in a slimmer design.

3. Compact Dishwashers

As the name suggests, they are very compact in look. They are about the size of your microwave oven. They can hold up to 6 place settings. They are perfect for you if you have less space and you want to put your dishwasher into the cabinet.

Features of a Dishwasher

These are the 5 features that you must consider before buying a new dishwasher.

  • Sanitizer Option
  • Wine stem holders
  • Specialized Jets
  • 3rd Rack option
  • Automatic Door Opening

Sanitizer

It is important to get rid of Bacteria from your dishes. What else do you expect from a good dishwasher? With the years of pandemics we have seen, sanitization is more important than ever. Therefore, a good dishwasher is one with a better sanitization facility. In order to sanitize, water is heated at a very high temperature, possibly up to 150 degrees, and wash time is also increased to provide enough time to sanitize the dishes. However, you must adopt some care instructions for the dishes items you put into the dishwashers.

Wine Stem Holders

If you are a wine lover it's the must-have feature in your dishwasher. Before buying a new dishwasher you must make sure, it has a wine stem holder. It’s often too risky to clean your favorite wine glasses with a bare hand and slip them off to break, it’s hurtful.These days most dishwasher comes with wine stem holders which are folded down pieces of plastic on the top rack to keep the wine glass safe during the wash cycle.

Specialized Jets

If you ever had to hand wash dishes after cleaning them in the dishwasher, then the specialized jets are your thing. A lot of the dishwashers offer additional extra powerful wash arms that clean the unreachable areas of dishes so that you don’t have to hand wash them. As these specialized jets provide better cleaning options, you must have them in your dishwasher.

3rd Rack Option

The option of having an extra rack was a feature only available in the luxury dishwasher. This feature is now available in many dishwasher brands so that you can get more dishes done in fewer loads. A dishwasher with an extra rack also gives you the option of cleaning those bulky silverware and other trays.

Automatic Door Opening

You must select the dishwashers that offer the automatic door opening feature. This enables your dishwasher to open slightly at the end of the wash cycle to allow the air to circulate. Due to better air circulation, drying is made easy. This feature is also helpful if you leave the dishwasher running before leaving the house.

The three stages of Washing your Utensils

While you may not have noticed, a lot is going on inside your washing machine. Basically, there are 3 main stages in cleaning.

Pre-wash/ Rinse

In this stage, an initial burst of warm water is sprayed on the utensils through the spray arm. The sole purpose of this stage is to get the utensils wet but not aim to clean in this stage. Some of the dishwashers use pre-wash detergent dispensers to ease cleaning. It usually lasts a few minutes.

Main wash

As the name suggests, it is the main part of the washing cycle. The water is continuously heated, sprayed, collected, filtered, and sprayed again until the heating unit is turned off. The actual cleaning is done in between those spray cycles. In the end, the water is collected and drained off the dishwasher.

Final wash and rinse step

This is the final stage in cleaning your utensils. This stage is very similar to the main wash. But, the main difference is that the use of detergent is optional. It may or may not use detergent. Similar to the main wash step, the new freshwater is heated, sprayed, filtered, and resprayed until stopped.One thing you must know is that all models of dishwashers may not have an in-built heater. So, in such cases, the water from the connected source is directly extracted and used for the cleaning. However, you must know that hot water cleans the utensils better.

Dishwasher FAQs

1. Can the dishwasher clean Indian Masala Items?

Answer:- It may seem impossible but the dishwasher can clean masala stains and greasy food residue.

2. Can the dishwasher scrub as we do with our hands?

Answer:- With the help of its powerful spray, it removes all the stains without the assistance of your hand.

3. Do we have to pre-rinse the dishes before putting them in the dishwasher?

Answer:- No, we don’t have to pre-rinse. However, we have to remove the leftovers from the dishes before loading them into the dishwasher.

4. Is it a time-consuming process to wash your dish using a Dishwasher?

Answer:- Not necessarily. It may take 5-10 minutes to load the dishes. After the loading is done, you will get clean and shiny dishes within one hour.

5. They are too big to fit in my kitchen.

Answer:- Well, you can always pick the one that perfectly fits your space. Compact dishwashers can fit in a space less than 70 cm so, you should not be worried about the space.

6. Are the dishwasher energy efficient?

Answer:- Yes, the dishwashers are energy efficient. Depending on the wattage, it may consume 1KW of energy per wash or less.

7. Is it hygienic to wash baby bottles?

Answer:- Yes, it is. At 70°C temperature, your dishwasher kills up to 99.9% germ. Therefore, it is hygienic to clean the baby bottles as well.

8. Can I use the normal detergent in the dishwasher?

Answer:- Normal detergents are not good for the dishwasher. They produce extra foams which may lead to the malfunctioning of the dishwasher. Therefore, it is recommended to use dishwashing detergent.

9. Can the dishwasher clean burnt milk or tea pans?

Answer:- It’s difficult to clean such burnt utensils. Therefore, it’s recommended to scrub off the burnt part before loading them into the dishwasher.

10. In case of power failure, do I need to reload the dishes?

Answer:- In most modern dishwashers, the auto-restart feature is available. This enables you to resume the wash cycle from where you left off.

11. Can I wash fewer utensils than the capacity of the Dishwasher?

Answer:- Yes, you can wash any number of utensils less than the capacity of the dishwasher by placing the utensils in the lower or middle rack of the dishwasher.

12. Can I just put the utensils randomly in the dishwasher?

Answer:- No, you can’t. You must load the dishwashers as per the instructions for efficient wash.

13. Can I overload the dishwasher?

Answer:- No, you mustn’t overload the dishwasher as it may block the movement of the spray arms. This will lead to inefficient cleaning and damage to the dishwasher.

14. How often do I need to clean the Dishwasher?

Answer:- Although a dishwasher is a self-cleaning appliance it needs to be cleaned once a week. You have to clean the filter once a week. Also, it’s good to leave the door partially open after use for the moisture to escape and keep the dishwasher dry.

15. What utensils you shouldn’t wash in the dishwasher?

Answer:- It’s very critical to understand what utensils you should not wash in the dishwasher. The last thing you want to do is to ruin your favorite hand-painted ceramics. Here is the list of items you should not wash in your dishwasher.

  • Wooden utensils
  • Vintage plates
  • Copper pots
  • Sharp knives
  • Cast iron
  • Hand-painted ceramics

You buy a new utensil and you are not sure whether it can be washed in the dishwasher or not, check the box and product catalog.