How to choose a dishwasher correctly?
1. When purchasing a dish washer, you must first consider safety, and then consider the type and specification of the dishwasher.
There are four washing methods for dishwashers: impeller type, jet type, leaching type and ultrasonic type.
General household dishwashers only need to have the functions of washing, rinsing, drying and automatic programs. However, you can also purchase a dishwasher with functions such as fast washing, flushing, rinsing, and rotating spray. This type of machine has the advantages of clean washing, safe and reliable, and self-circulation, but its price is relatively more expensive. In recent years, dishwashers with microcomputer control, bubble pulsating water flow, dual rotating spray arms, and sensor detection have also been introduced on the market. Therefore, consumers can choose according to their own needs.
● Drying Performance
It’s not just crucial for your dishwasher to clean your dishes—that's only half the job. It also has to dry them effectively. The proper arrangement of dishwes is also just as important in drying effectively. Also, try to purchase a dishwasher with an autoopen door when the wash cycle is over.
● Quiet Performance
The volume of a normal conversation between two people is usually between 55-65 dB. A quiet library is around 40dB. So you ideally want to find a dishwasher that falls somewhere between those two ranges.
● Cleaning Performance
lots of extra features on the market that can boost the cleaning power for a more dependable and thorough dish cleaning. For example, some dishwashers feature a concentrated wash sprayer for sports bottles and other types of glasses. You can even find machines with specially designed power-spraying cycles to get rid of baked-on grease and foods.
3. There are two types of dishwasher cabinet doors
which are divided into front opening type and uncovering type. Uncover type dishwashers are inconvenient to pick and place tableware, and the space on the top cannot be fully utilized. For front-opening dishwashers, when the cabinet door is opened, the basket can be easily pulled out, making it very convenient to pick and place tableware. Therefore, from the perspective of ease of use, if there are no special requirements, a front-opening dishwasher is generally chosen.