Nope never had one. We rent and this is the first house that has attachments for one...but we aren't allowed to drill holes in the cupboard to access them
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26-05-2012 08:24 #101
26-05-2012 13:52 #102
Couldn't live without it.
Absolutely everything goes in, and yes things can even get a second run if it's not clean enough but that's very rare.
If something proves itself not to be 'dishwasher worthy' and warps and needs thowing out it just wasn't meant to be in my kitchen. Simple!
Love that I can stack it after dinner, set the timer for 4 hours time when we're in bed, but still add to it if there's space and more dishes appear. Magic.
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