Household appliances are a set of electrical devices or tools intended to cover our domestic needs. They are supposed to make our lives easier and help us with certain daily activities such as washing and washing up. Thus, the dishwasher is the device dedicated to the cleanliness of our cutlery after use. It saves time and energy to keep plates and other utensils clean. This appliance in turn must also be regularly maintained for optimal washing. Here are some tips for maintaining your dishwasher.
This device is useful to us every day. It must therefore be maintained from time to time. Cleaning it properly allows you to reap its long-term benefits and preserve its looks and performance.
Its regular water content and consumption residues can often lead to lime deposits on the walls of the appliance, hence the need for descaling. White vinegar or citric acid are ideal ingredients for this task. These products must be poured into the machine and an empty or no-dish cycle must be run.
If, following the previous action, the dishes still do not come out clean, the machine is clogged. More intense cleaning is therefore necessary to remove clogging.
On this occasion, the filter and the removable parts such as the blades or the trolleys must be removed and washed in a sink with washing-up liquid or soap. You must then unplug the machine and clean the tub, the contours of the door and the gasket, always with white vinegar.
The filter is housed in the bottom of the dishwasher tub and works to prevent large pieces of food from getting into the exhaust system. But debris can build up over time and interfere with proper draining of the system. You should therefore regularly remove these residues from the filter and clean it with hot water and washing up liquid.
The spray arms or rotating arms are used for washing, because they are the ones who spray the dishes with water. They are the most used washing instruments. The holes in these arms allowing the circulation of water can easily become blocked. It is therefore important to disassemble these arms and clean them in hot, soapy water while removing the residue using a sharp object.
Bad smells coming out of the dishwasher, not very pleasant. These odors can be eliminated with products like baking soda, white vinegar or salt. Dishwasher deodorants can also be used. Regular washing of the filter can also help.
The dishwasher is also vulnerable to mold and yellowing like any machine. A bleach cycle, without dishes, will help combat these factors. Bleach should be used with caution, however, as misuse can be dangerous.
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