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Old 07-10-2011, 01:59 PM
 
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Danby 18-inch Dishwasher (DDW1809W)

Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Currently 5.0/5.0

Dishes pileup, and you may need something to pre-wash them for you. Dishes aren't easy to wash. When leaving dishes in the sink, they get all crud-like and it seems like it takes you forever to get one dish done.

If you aren't any good at dish washing, you may need a dishwasher. The Danby 18-inch Dishwasher (DDW1809W), may be the dishwasher you're looking for.

It features, its small design makes it fit just about anywhere, (no worries if you have a small kitchen). It's great for small homes, RVs, and apartments.

Also has a stainless steel tub for long-lasting durability, convertible dish racks that adjust for regular or glass-only loads, 7 wash programs including Sani-Wash, super quiet operation and low-water consumption. The cost of the unit is $308.00.

Things you need to know about dishwashers. Dishwashers aren't the best tools to wash dishes. They have the name "wash" in them but they can't wash everything out. There are more like a dish pre-rinser.

You'd start a load of dishes and then you came to realize that they don't get the dishes clean, including not getting all of the food junk out of your plates. Depending on the dishwasher you buy, depends on how good it cleans. That too it depends on what soap you use for the dishwasher. That can make a very big difference as well.

I've never used a dishwasher at my home. I have however used a dishwasher at my Aunt's house. I would have one if my sink size was small enough. That is a pro in my book. The time dishwashers save, and practical space.

Especially in high volume dinners. You would be eating Thanksgiving dinner, and the dishes would get pretty piled up. So why not use a time-saver to your advantage. You don't want to spend an hour or two in the kitchen and miss out what's going on in the living room.

Dishwasher or no, at least think about getting one if you don't have one, they are a must have if you don't like doing dishes.

Review by professional reviewer, Oct. 2, 2010
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