I cannot believe how long I put off getting a dishwasher until this year. After having the dishwasher for about 6 months I can honestly share that it is a must for someone who loves to cook, or host like me.
I picked the BOSCH 45cm Activewater Freestanding dishwasher SPS50E82EU model, honestly I would wish that I have catered for space to fit a larger dishwasher during my home reno works, but this is the largest I can now accommodate in my yard :P
My BOSCH ActiveWater 45cm dishwasher has extra space for large and bulky items, and a height adjustable top basket, so I have the flexibility in accommodating my different cookware and dishes.
After all my bento and baking work, super happy that I can just chuck all the cookware, turn on a button and go do my other chores and work. Truly a saver.
I usually choose to go with the Eco wash mode, a technology that washes the dishes with the most efficient usage of resources.
If you are in a rush, it has a Vario Speed that rinses in half the time. It also has a Glass protection technology so that delicate glassware and china and be washed with special care to prevent glass corrosion.
I also like how clean the dishes are after the wash in the dishwasher. Bosch dishwashers uses up to 70 deg water in the wash process to effectively remove 99.9% of germs and bacteria. And because a dishwasher dries everything, there’s no need for me to even usetea towels.
In the past I always thought that a dishwasher will waste additional electricity and water; only after using it and tracking my bills, I realised that it uses minimal electricity and water as compared to washing dishes by hand.
The dishwasher’s AquaSensor can actually regulate the water usage depending on the type and degree of soiling, using light beams to manage the rinse. Depending on remaining food particles, grease or detergent residues in the rinse, the rinsing process is assessed to evaluate whether it needs to be continued.
Nowadays, even my hubby has learnt to use the dishwasher on his own and even tells me that "just put the dishes in the dishwasher" especially when I cooked up a storm and is faced with a sink filled with dirtied cookware and dishes.
Plus my house looks neater now, heheh, since I can place the dirty dishes out of sight in my dishwasher, keeping my kitchen and the counters cleaner.