The dishwasher

The dishwasher

A dishwasher is an essential kitchen accessory. Using a dishwasher can be tricky.

Here a universal program for 55, 60 or 65 degrees of dishwasher is explained.

A dishwasher usually has four programs. In brief the operation has been discussed:

The pre-rinse

By the turning on of the spray arms, water washes the meals and eliminates the leftovers. This water is discharged through the filter and drain pump.

The primary wash (or cleaning program)

It occupies a specific amount of water. After or during the process heating is contributed to the detergent and water is sprayed on the dishes by the turning spray arms. This water is collected in a filter/ receptacle and by another line is supplied once again to the spray arms. This is repeated during the time running the cleaning program.


After the wash cycle, first the water with cleaning agent is discharged by the drain pump. Now is taken warmed water. After heating, including a brightener with water the dishes washed. This water is pumped through the filter by the drain pump.

The drying

The space in the machine is warmed so that the leftovers of the meals cannot dry, typically the machine takes a layer of cold water in order to condense the water vapor in the maker, and the most latest invented devices assist in accelerating this process by allowing a fan in the dishwasher.

Extremely important is that the filters are cleaned routinely (1x monthly). A dirty filter specifically triggers problems in the main wash/ cleaning program. The spray arms are too slow and the water is not strongly sprayed on the dishes. When eliminating the filter that falls no particles into the hopper, be careful. This debris can easily enter into the spray arms and hence reduce the effect. Get rid of the spray arms and rinse the dirt manually than necessary. Likewise, inspect the nozzles on dirt.

Another vital point is refilling salt.

Spilled salt which continues to be in the machine can trigger serious damage. The regeneration affects the stainless steel bottom and may trigger cavities.  It may result in water leak and increased the danger of short circuits.


After filling the regeneration, use the dishwasher instantly or turn prewash program.


A dishwasher is a machine. Before putting the dishes in the machine, first eliminate the food scraps. This can be done by rinsing it under the tap or just with cooking area paper.


By wiping the unclean meals with paper towels conserve water and this benefits the environment.


Always locate plates, bowls and pots according to the instructions provided.


Your dishwashing machine routinely is washed at 70 ° C or 75 ° C for a clean outcome.

How much detergent?

If you follow the above tips, normally one teaspoon of detergent is enough.