We dont have a dishwasher
I have had one before and tbh by the time i rinsed the dishes, stacked the dishwasher then took them all out again it was still alot of work, seemed easier sometimes to just wash them by hand!
I dont think anyone *needs* one but they are nice to have
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17-10-2012 20:00 #21
Re: Do I need a dishwasher?
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17-10-2012 20:00 #22
The only thing I don't put in there is anodized items (cake & pie tins) and raw wood items.
Oh Also my Piping bags & Rolling pin. Everything else goes in there..
I consider mine a necessity as I cut myself often washing up (knives, glasses spontaneously breaking) and If i keep going I will nick a nerve and that will be the end of that.
AND I have the new Bosh.. the Cutlery Draw is Awesome. Never want to use a Cutlery Basket again.
17-10-2012 20:26 #23Senior Member
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Best thing ever! Seriously it gives you the gift of time, you can't buy that!
17-10-2012 20:59 #24
17-10-2012 21:02 #25
We have a Siemens which is also made by Bosch. I love it. It has a cutlery drawer and a basket, but TBH we have never used the basket. When we got it I was sure I was going to hate the drawer as I was used to a basket. Boy was i wrong.
17-10-2012 21:18 #26
Do I need a dishwasher?
I would be screwed without mine. I renovated my kitchen and I only put one small round sink in with a drainer. What was I thinking!!! Don't wash anything up.
17-10-2012 21:37 #27
Do I need a dishwasher?
I have a dishwasher and never use it!!! Honestly I'd rather wash everything by hand twice a day than to have to try and fit everything in the dishwasher.
I had one in my last place too and used it maybe 8 times in 4 months and that was purely because I found dishwasher tabs in a box lol. Unstacking the dishwasher annoys the crap out of me.
17-10-2012 22:00 #28
Everything ... goes in the dishwasher. Otherwise it doesnt belong in my kitchen. Period.
17-10-2012 22:06 #29
Pipping bags NO. the tips & collars yes not bags. Bags, unfinished wooden items, rolling pins & cake tins are hand wash only. Annoying but I kinda soak it all and do it maybe once a week.. i try to avoid using those things.
I was so overjoyed when I was advised Silicone bakeware & oven mits can go in there I tossed it all in at once.
17-10-2012 22:07 #30Senior Member
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To me it is as essential as a washing machine. It saves a lot of time doing a boring monotonous job and does it way better.
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