The dishwasher is one of the more valued home appliances for convenience and time-saving. This is a chore that has been professionally avoided by teenagers for decades. You can make the job more pleasant by following these tips to keep the dishwasher in top performing condition.
Food can tend to build around the drain, in the filters and along the bottom of the door. Odors are more noticeable when you use cooler water. Bump the heat up a little and clean the filters, drain, and bottom of the door with vinegar. Sprinkle with baking soda and let the unit air out for an hour. Rinse off the baking soda and the odors should be gone. Repeat this once every couple of weeks, or so.
Excess Water at the Bottom of the Dishwasher
Small particles of food can cause a slight blockage in the drain line. You can easily check and see if this the problem. It might be a faulty water valve. This is more than likely the case if the unit keeps running to try and drain water after the cycle has stopped. You will need a service technician for this fix.
Cycles can take longer than expected when you are starting with completely cold water. Prime the hot water by running the faucet until it is warm to the touch. This should bring the cycle time down to normal.
Water Spots On Glassware
The reformulation of cleaning detergents without TSP has made them a little less effective and prone to leaving water spots on glasses. The best solution for this is to use a rinsing agent that is designed to keep glassware spotless. The trick is to not use too much per cycle. Adjust the amount until it seems right without causing too much foam.
Cycles that run for long periods of time with sensitive glassware can cause etching. The chemicals in many of the powder cleaners can start to eat at the glass. Prime the hot water and prewash off any stuck on foods for best results.
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