With the Stack-I_aek shelf (select models) raised, thin
items like cookie sheets or pizza pans may be placed
along the left side. With the shelf down, two levels of
glasses and cups can also be loaded.
The basket can be removed for ease in loading and
unloading items. Place items in the basket with some
handles up and some down. This prevents thern from
nesting together and improves cleaning results. (Most
knives or sharp, pointed items should be placed in the
basket xvith the handles up. Be sure thin, finely pointed
items do not extend through the basket and block the
lower wash arm.)
Use the covered section of the basket for small, light-
items like baby" spoons,
spoons, small plastic items, etc. Close tile cover.
Convertible tines can be positioned to provide narrow
spacing for loading dinner plates or wide spacing for
loading deep bowls, pots or pans.
tines across the center of the lower
Use a detergent designed specifically for use in an auto-
rack allow small saucers
and bowls to be loaded
Be sure it is fresh and stored in a
begveen rows of plates,
cool, d_" place (not under the sink).
Never use laundry
in your dishwasher
The amount of detergent to use depends on the water
in grains per gallon -- gpg) and
the amount of soil on the dishes. Too little detergent
results in pool" cleaning, hard water filming and spot-
ring and poor dwing. Too much detergent causes per-