HOW TO LOAD ITEMS:
Locate sharp items so that they are not likely to damage the door seal.
Do not load plas c items unless they are marked "Dishwasher Safe" or the
equivalent. For plas c items without such markings, check the manufacturer's
Cups, glasswares, and bowls must have their openings facing downwards in the
Do not load glasswares over the dish rack pins. Glasses loaded over dish rack pins
are not properly supported and are likely to get damaged. Certain types of glasses
can become dull a er a large number of washes.
Arrange all items with recessed or curved sec ons on a slant to drain water away
from the items.
Do not nest utensils together or overload the basket. They need to be evenly
distributed. Make sure any cutlery items have not fallen through the basket, which
can stop the spray arm from rota ng.
Items with wooden or bone handles, and items joined together with glue are
unsuitable for the dishwasher, as they cannot withstand the hot water used.
Place silverware with handles facing down, with the excep on of knives and other
poten ally dangerous utensils which should have handles facing up. Do not load
silverware with steel construc ons that are subject to rus ng.
Do not load pewter or copper items, crystal glassware, wooden pla ers, or items
made from synthe c ﬁbers.
Silver and aluminium parts have a tendency to discolor a er washing.
Glazed pa erns may fade over me if they are frequently machine washed.
2. Serving Bowls
5. Fruit Bowls
6. Oval Pla er
7. Dinner Plates
8. Bread/Bu er Plates
9. Cutlery Basket