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09-05-2016 18:48 #11
09-05-2016 18:50 #12
My house had the standard Technika dishwasher it came with. Everyone said they're rubbish however it lasted 6 years without missing a beat. That may not sound long but i replaced it with an expensive AEG and honestly I couldn't see where my money went!
I've bought a Smeg for our new place. Looking forward to seeing how it goes. It was on sale when we bought it so not a huge outlay to begin with.
09-05-2016 18:51 #13Senior Member
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Mine is one of the cheaper blanco ones and it's pretty average, good for entry pricing but no I'm not in love
09-05-2016 18:51 #14
We have a blanco one which I find does a fantastic job, love having a cutlery draw up top and i can change the height of the middle shelf if needed.
We had a baumatic in our last house and it was a terrible cheap piece of rubbish
09-05-2016 18:57 #15Senior Member
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09-05-2016 19:30 #16
Very interesting, my hubby is really into the Miele. But we were not by the salesman you can't put pots in also, a child lock is important to me.
09-05-2016 19:45 #17Senior Member
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Those saying everything comes out dry in theirs is that including plasticware? We have an lg which is ok and it dries plates and glass dishes and cutlery but all plastic items come out wet every time which is annoying and so I don't bother using it at the moment as we use so much plasticware with DDs food. Not sure if it's just our dishwasher or if all dishwashers have this issue with plastic..
09-05-2016 20:01 #18
We have a Bosch (it's in storage as we're in a temporary rental, the one here is terrible!). I love the Bosch, when we sold our house I insisted the dishwasher wasn't included so we could take it with us.
And I think the plastic thing happens regardless of dishwasher, it's just a plastic thing. I usually take out the plastic stuff and let it air dry before putting away.
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