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In Daily Use
• Check the salt and rinse aid levels.
• Load cutlery and dishes into the dishwasher
• Fill with dishwasher detergent
• Select a wash programme suitable for the cutlery and dishes
• Start the wash programme
Loading Cutlery and Dishes
Sponges, household cloths and any object that can absorb water should
not be washed in the dishwasher
• Before loading the dishes, you should:
– Remove all scraps of food.
– Soften remnants of burnt food in pans.
• When loading the dishes and cutlery, please note:
– Dishes and cutlery must not impede the rotation of the spray arms.
– Load hollow items such as cups, glasses, pans, etc. with the opening
downwards so that water cannot collect in the container or a deep
– Dishes and items of cutlery must not lie inside one another, or
cover each other
For washing in the dishwasher the following cutlery/dishes
are not suitable: are of limited suitability:
• Cutlery with wooden, horn,
china or mother of pearl handles
• Plastic items that are not heat
• Older cutlery with glued parts that
is not temperature resistant
• Bonded cutlery items or dishes
• Pewter or copper items
• Lead crystal glass
• Steel items subject to rusting
• Wooden platters
• Items made from synthetic fibres
• Only wash stoneware in the dishwasher if it
is specifically marked as being dishwasher-
safe by the manufacturer.
• Glazed patterns may fade if machine
• Silver and aluminium parts have a tendency
to discolour during washing. Left-overs, e.g.
egg white, egg yolk and mustard often
cause discolouring and staining on silver.
Therefore always clean left-overs from silver
immediately, if it is not to be washed
straight after use.
• Some types of glass can become dull after a
large number of washes.