28 January 2013

Make Your Life Easier with the Right Dishwasher

If you're in the market for a new dishwasher, you can't just pick a color and call it a day. Instead, you've got to make a wise purchase. If you don't, your life won't be nearly as easy as it should be!

So if you want to spend less time scrubbing, follow these 3 tips the next time you go to buy a dishwasher:

  1. Pay Close Attention To The Specs

    You may think that because you only use it once or twice a week, you don't really need to consider your dishwasher's energy usage.  However, the wrong dishwasher can be a major drain on your energy bills.  After all, it takes a lot of hot water to get your dishes clean! The more efficient yours is, the happier you'll be when your electric bill arrives.

    It isn't all about the volts your dishwasher uses, though. There is a lot more that goes into your dishwasher's efficiency.
    For example, Fisher & Paykel dishwashers come with a special load-sensing tool that can automatically tailor the water temperature and the motor speed to meet the demands of what's inside. That way, you don't have to worry about over-washing! The wonders of technology never cease!

  2. Get As Many Options As Possible

    By having lots of wash options, you can maximize efficiency while minimizing damage!

    For example, some dishwashers have an option for delicates. That way, you can stop washing your fine China by hand -- without having to worry about seeing a bunch of cracks and chips when it comes time to unload it!

  3. Make Sure Your Dishwasher Is As Quiet As Possible

    Your kitchen is the heart of your home, so the last thing you want is your dishwasher grinding away while you're trying to talk about your long day at the office or the fun time the kids had on their field trip.

By keeping your eyes peeled for the right things, you won't have to worry about your dishwasher taking up any more of your time and money than it needs to.

Happy shopping!

This guest post was composed by Olivia Slamut, a cuisine lover who like to share her enthusiasm about smart and designed kitchen appliances.

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