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Choosing a Dishwasher

Choosing a Dishwasher

In the last few years, dishwasher manufacturers have refined their wares to provide buyers with more and better choices. What makes this generation of dishwashers different than its predecessors?

Dishwashers don't just stop at size, capacity, cycle variation and energy efficiency. You can also find features that do everything but take out the garbage.

It's true; using a dishwasher consumes less water and energy than washing dishes by hand and letting the water run. 

For many people, three dishwashing cycles are enough. However, parents with young children, large households, wine aficionados, frequent hosts and other folks might have a need for special cycles. 

When it comes to performance, the dishwasher's interior should be tops on your list.

 
 

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