When you buy any appliance, including a dishwasher, you need to make an informed decision. That's why they offer numerous reviews for people who are willing to take the time and effort to read the reviews and determine which device is best for them. Typically, dishwashers are rated on energy use, washing ability, noise, cycle time, and ease of use. Here are some recommendations for a dishwasher.
1. GE GDF520PGDBB
The GE dishwasher provides its owners with a beautiful stainless steel tub that is capable of washing up to 16 place settings at a single time. The steam prewash is one of the best features, and it breaks down grime, grease, and food particles in no time at all. The start time can be delayed by two to eight hours to ensure that the dishes are cleaned around your work schedule. The console is fully-exposed, and the design is sleek and impressive. The cost is below $400.
Some of the advantages include the sanitizing cycle that eliminates bacteria, quiet operation, water conservation, and a flat door that blends with cabinets. Some owners complain that they have lengthy cycle times and dishes don't come out completely dry.
2. KitchenAid KUDC10FXSS
This dishwasher features a 14 place setting capacity and four wash cycles. This is one of the more expensive dishwashers on the market, but it is worth it because it operates at whisper quiet levels, and it features a sensor wash cycle that determines will be the most efficient and the best.
3. Electrolux EDW7505HSS
The Electrolux dishwasher allows significant flexibility when owners are loading dishes. The design integrates beautifully into the existing decor and interior design. There are no extraneous buttons or dials to detract from the overall design, and there's a delay start option for up to 24 hours. The dishwasher is nearly $1300 and is more on the expensive side. It has smooth performance, and it's worthy of a purchase. It has four holders for wine and champagne glasses, smooth gliding racks, and bright LED indicator lights. It also has an intuitive and concealed control panel.
4. Bosch SHP65T55UC
The Bosch has a concealed heating element to prevent your plastics from melting or degrading. The dishwasher is easy to use and even features a half-load cycle. The dishwasher is just under $900, and it provides all the latest features that are also convenient. The dishwasher has a stainless steel interior and a quiet, vibration-free operation. The delay start timer will allow you to plan at least 19 hours in advance. Sometimes, the dishes don't dry completely, but this is not a frequent occurrence.
5. LG LDS4821STA
This dishwasher features a glossy exterior and an easy-to-use console panel with a clear digital panel. The stemware holder is designed to hold wine glasses and serves as a double rack for small cups. This dishwasher is affordable, but it features a stainless steel tub with power scrub and an adjustable upper rack. The extra-large tall tub is ideal for larger serving or baking dishes. Sometimes, the water drips from the door when you're loading dishes, and some customers complain that the wheels on the upper rack are not strong enough.
Choosing the Best Dishwasher
If you want to choose the best dishwasher, you can read some of these tips and find the best ones to meet your needs. It's not an overwhelming process when reviews are available.
Charlie Teschner started MESA Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling in 1982. Charlie has a journeyman and master plumber’s license. He was raised with a strong work ethic and he now applies those values to tasks such as Boulder plumbing repair.