TIPS TO AVOID STAINS AND FILMS:
The following sugges ons are recommended to prevent stains and ﬁlms from forming on
dishware and utensil items:
You must rinse all dishware, silverware, glassware, and food containers immediately a er
use. Some citric based food products, coﬀee, tea, and iron deposits in water can cause yellow
or brown ﬁlming on the inside surfaces when le on for long dura ons.
Rinse oﬀ acid-based liquids, such as vinegar or lemon juice immediately. This may cause
discolora on over me to your plates, food containers, or internal cabinets.
Always check the manufacturer's recommenda ons prior to washing items.
You must check your water hardness to see whether you need to use more or less detergent
when washing. If your water is extremely hard then it may be causing stains on items. You
may need to use a water so ener.
Do not overload the dishwasher.
Avoid improper loading by nes ng plates together.
Do not use too li le detergent.
Do not use old or damp powered detergent.
Make sure the water temperature is at the recommended level to wash your dishwares.
Do not load aluminum utensils improperly. Aluminum utensils can cause gray or black marks
to porcelain utensils if they touch during the washing cycle.
LOADING YOUR DISHWASHER:
The dishwasher is designed for a standard "6 place se ng".
The standard plate size is 10". For ease of loading/unloading larger sized dinner plates from
the dish rack, it may be necessary to (temporarily) remove the cutlery basket. When loading and
unloading is complete, a ach the cutlery basket to its original posi on.
Silverware should be placed in the basket with handles at the bo om. If the rack has side
baskets, the spoon should be loaded individually into the correct slots. Excep onally long utensils
should be placed in the horizontal posi on on the cup shelf.
Do not let any item extend through the bo om of the rack or cutlery basket.
Load sharp utensils with the sharp end pointed downward.
Do not let any items extend
through the basket.