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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat21 View Post
    Asko. Excellent in all areas! I scrape food but never rinse and it's awesome. I use most of the different cycles depending on.what I put in. It fits massive plates, pots and pans. We bought a cover for it as we had it freestanding until we built our new kitchen.
    I have an Asko too, we love it, hasn't missed a beat

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    Default Tell me about your dishwasher, the good, the bad, the ugly.

    We have a Bosch too. Thumbs up for the cutlery drawer. We put white vinegar in the rinse aid hole. Cheap and keeps it clean!!

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    Default Tell me about your dishwasher, the good, the bad, the ugly.

    We've just bought a Bosch one but can't tell you what it's like as we haven't got it yet. But I did quite a bit of research before deciding.

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    Got one

    We wanted to keep it under $600 as we have other expenses to save for atm ended up getting an LG one...I can't see the info from here it was $629 reduced from $700something. Seems to be going well, it tackled my christmas leftover dishes that hubby emptied with really well

    I've bought the quantum finish tablets, what does everyone else use? These ones are 83c each.

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    Don't get a Nobel. Ours came with the house and it's rubbish. Anyway, my DP thinks there is a Dish Fairy at our house, judging by the way he leaves his dirty plates everywhere.

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    Asko it's awesome!!!
    never get whirlpool .. Crap brand in general!!

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    Default Tell me about your dishwasher, the good, the bad, the ugly.

    Our LG has been going strong for 5 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teenie View Post
    Our LG has been going strong for 5 years.
    Oh thats good

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    Default Re: Tell me about your dishwasher, the good, the bad, the ugly.

    I buy quantum on special, but I have some fairy ones from coles (i think -they are 'tupperware recpmmened' and they seem to do just as well

    **Mum, Dad, Big boy (Dec 08) and Baby girl (Feb 11)**

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    Default Tell me about your dishwasher, the good, the bad, the ugly.

    I like the quantum ones too. I prefer the ones I don't have to unwrap with will use either depending on what is on special.

    I find different sized packs go on sale at different times as well as different types.

    I stock up when something is on special around the 40c per tablet mark.

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