dishwasher


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Synonyms for dishwasher

a machine for washing dishes

someone who washes dishes

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Manufacturers have employed energy saving technologies such as dishwasher cavity insulation, advanced door seals, advanced controls, advanced diagnostics and waste heat recovery systems.
28pm, firefighters found that the dishwasher had been destroyed by fire and the ground floor had been damaged by smoke.
Over the forecast period, dishwashers is expected to record a volume CAGR of 7%.
LG's latest dishwasher features TrueSteam and MultiMotion which are said to clean dishes more thoroughly.
Being able to put a pan in the dishwasher makes cleanup easier, giving the home chef more time to focus on creating a great meal.
Smart dishwashers are beginning to emerge, but their development is primarily manufacturer rather than consumer driven.
If the space is too small for a standard size dishwasher width of 24 inches, you might consider using a dishwasher that is 18 inches wide or a drawer-type dishwasher.
The Results: During this two-year span, 62,254 children six years old or younger had a reported exposure to laundry or dishwasher soap; 85% were ingestion exposures.
RAY: My suggestion would be that you take the family dishwasher -- the one you've already contaminated -- and install that in the garage.
For their study, the researchers went to 177 homes and picked about 900 samples from the dishwashers, washing machines, refrigerators, bathtubs, bathroom walls and showerheads.
RTE's team spoke to a woman whose kitchen was extensively damaged after their dishwasher went on fire in October last year.
The second decision defines the group of industrial and institutional automatic dishwasher detergents as including single and multi-component dishwasher detergents, rinse and pre-soaks designed for use in professional dishwashers.
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy estimates these changes will save consumers up to $100 in water and electric bills over the lifetime of a new dishwasher, and as much as $600 for a clothes washer.
GE has received 15 reports of dishwasher heating element failures, including seven reports of fires, three of which caused extensive property damage.