In Daily Use
Is it necessary to refill with special salt or rinse
Load cutlery and dishes into the dishwasher
Fill with dishwasher detergent
Select a wash programme suitable for the cutlery
Start the wash programme
Loading cutlery and dishes
Sponges, household cloths and any object
that can absorb water may not be washed in
are not suitable:
– Cutlery with wooden, horn,
china or mother of pearl handles
– Plastic items that are not heat resistant
– Older cutlery with cement that is not tempera-
– Bonded cutlery items or dishes
– Pewter or copper items
– Lead crystal glass
– Steel items subject to rusting
– Wooden platters
– Items made from synthetic fibres
Before loading the dishes, you should:
– Remove large left-overs.
– Soften remnants of burnt food in pans.
When loading the dishes and cutlery, please note:
– Dishes and cutlery must not impede the rota-
tion 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.
– To avoid damage to glasses, they must not
– Do not lay small objects (e.g. lids) in the cutlery
For washing in the dishwasher the following cutlery/dishes
are of limited suitability:
– Only wash stoneware in the dishwasher if it is spe-
cifically marked as being dishwasher-safe by the
– Glazed patterns may fade if machine washed fre-
– Silver and aluminium parts have a tendency to dis-
colour 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.