Introduction: How to Use a Dishwasher

While many homes come with a dishwasher, you may have just moved into a place for the first time that has one. or Mom has taken off the training wheels and you need to learn to clean but wanna fat forward it all It can be intimidating to figure out how to properly use a dishwasher, but it will be a real time-saver.

Step 1: Observe the Dishwasher

This is important dish washers vary

Step 2: Open the Dishwasher

so you can know the parts

Step 3: Observe the Soap Space to Know Soap Needed


Step 4: Make Sure There Are No Dishes in the Dishwasher

Step 5: Open Bottom Rack

Step 6: Take Dirty Plate

prepare the plate for washing make sure its dishwasher safe

Step 7: Rinse Dirty Plate

Scrape off any excess food from the dishes before placing them in the dishwasher. If the food has hardened, you may need to let the dish soak first.

Step 8: Place Dirty Plate Between Racks

Place pots, pans, and bakeware around the other dishes, but do not block the water sprayer.

Step 9: Get Soap and Put It in Soap Space

Make sure its dishwashing soap The reason they tell you never to use liquid dish soap in your dishwasher is because of the suds - you'll have bubbles all over your floor. But the baking soda apparently prevents that, so it allows the soap to do the grease cutting and cleaning, without making all those bubbles

Step 10: Close Soap Space

make sure its secure

Step 11: Close the Dishwasher

Step 12: Know the Dish Washer Buttons and Cycles

Dish washers typically only have rinse only,light wash,normal wash, and heavy wash click normal then you should see a green light and or hear a noise indicating your choice

Step 13: Select Drying Type

Dishwashers really only have heated dry,Hot wash, or hot starts choose heated dry that is normal a green light and or noise will appear

Step 14: Leave the Dishwasher to Do Its Job

do not check on the dishes you'll interrupt in cycle depending on you dishwasher it may take up to atleast an hour to wash and dry