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Favorite dishwasher

ditchburns's picture

I'm going to have to buy a dishwasher very soon.

Stainless front.
Large capacity.
Fast cycle.
Stainless tub?
Under $1000.00

Anybody have a favorite?

(post #87210, reply #1 of 24)

Bosch....


of course...


 


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"Some days it's just not worth chewing through the restraints"
"Some days it's just not worth chewing through the restraints"

(post #87210, reply #2 of 24)

I was going to say my wife, part of her $60 a week allowance.

(post #87210, reply #3 of 24)

60 bucks....


gheeeeeeeze you pay well.....


 


Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming


WOW!!! What a Ride!



Forget the primal scream, just ROAR!!!


 



"Some days it's just not worth chewing through the restraints"
"Some days it's just not worth chewing through the restraints"

(post #87210, reply #17 of 24)

60 bucks....


gheeeeeeeze you pay well.....


he did say it was a weak allowance


(post #87210, reply #19 of 24)

that's not weak....


 


Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming


WOW!!! What a Ride!



Forget the primal scream, just ROAR!!!


 



"Some days it's just not worth chewing through the restraints"
"Some days it's just not worth chewing through the restraints"

(post #87210, reply #4 of 24)

Make sure the controls etc. are in the top rail. I hate looking at mine in the face of the unit. Brand ???????

(post #87210, reply #5 of 24)

With only two of us we don't use the dishwasher. Well, of course if you don't count the storing of all the Corning Ware dishes in it.


Runnerguy

(post #87210, reply #6 of 24)

do not buy a smooth stainless, it shows fingerprints

(post #87210, reply #8 of 24)

Coat it with WD-40.  No joke - it's what they do on elevator doors.


Forrest

(post #87210, reply #10 of 24)

my kitchen already smells of 90 wt, I get kill if I started spray wd 40

(post #87210, reply #11 of 24)

blomberg great machine

(post #87210, reply #23 of 24)

<<<my kitchen already smells of 90 wt>>>

Quit washing your rear end in the dishwasher.

(post #87210, reply #7 of 24)

I'm going to have to buy a dishwasher very soon.


I have a kick start dishwasher...a teen-aged kick start dishwasher.


 

(post #87210, reply #9 of 24)

Miele.


And stainless is easy to care for with the right cleaner.

(post #87210, reply #20 of 24)

Which is????

Shiela Shine here

 

 


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(post #87210, reply #12 of 24)

I'll second Bosch, though the cycle isn't that fast, and I think you'll top $1K for most models.


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(post #87210, reply #13 of 24)

Stainless appliances. Wipe light coat of mineral oil on them. Polish lightly. They look great and repel fingerprints etc..

(post #87210, reply #16 of 24)

Stainless steel appliances - use stainless steel cleaner on them!   Sheesh!


(post #87210, reply #21 of 24)

I just bought a kitchen full of appliances for a customer. Got a Bosch ( we use them often with no complaints) and not a one of them was over a grand. Started at about $689 and going up from there.

Bosch are high rated by CR if that matters to anyone, and are dependable and quiet.

 

 


Welcome to the
Taunton University of
Knowledge FHB Campus at Breaktime.
 where ...
Excellence is its own reward!

 

 

Oh Well,

We did the best we could...

(post #87210, reply #22 of 24)

I have the cheapy stainless frigerdire. It cleans great but all those plastic pieces, I got the appliance parts supplier on speed dial

(post #87210, reply #14 of 24)

I've been very happy with my Kitchen Aid.  Cleans well and quietly.

(post #87210, reply #15 of 24)

Bosch.


So quiet people will open it when its running. Can be had for as low as $950 when on sale

(post #87210, reply #18 of 24)

Beware Whirlpool... They catch fire!


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(post #87210, reply #24 of 24)

Kitchenaide. Next choice is Bosch.  Bought mine 9 yrs ago and have not had to call a repairman yet. Do not have to rinse dishes before loading.  Is quiet but has longer wash cycle than some of the noisier ones. Just not certain of prices.