Cutlery and utensils made of wood.
Fragile decorative glasses,
hand-crafted and antique utensils.
These decorative items are not
Plastic parts sensitive to hot water.
Copper and tin utensils.
Utensils which are soiled with ash,
wax, lubricating grease or ink.
Absorbent materials such as sponges
Aluminium and silver parts have a
tendency to discolour and fade during the
wash cycle. Even some types of glass
(e.g. crystal glass objects) may turn cloudy
after many wash cycles.
In future buy utensils which are identified
Damage to glassware and other
type of glass or manufacturing process
chemical composition of detergent
water temperature and duration of
Use glassware or porcelain dishes that
have been marked 'dishwasher–proof'
by the manufacturer.
Use a mild detergent that is described
as 'kind to dishes'. If necessary, seek
further information from detergent
Select a programme with as low a
temperature and as short a duration as
To prevent damage, take glass and
cutlery out of the dishwasher as soon
as possible after the programme has
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Loading the dishwasher
Remove large food remnants.
It is not necessary to rinse them off
under running water.
When loading the dishwasher, ensure
D all utensils are secure and cannot
D the openings of all receptacles are
D curved or indented utensils are at
an incline, allowing water to drain.
D the two spray arms can rotate freely.
Very small items should not be washed in
the dishwasher as they could easily fall out
of the baskets.
Removing the dishes
To prevent water dripping from the top
basket onto the dishes in the lower basket,
we recommend that you empty the lower
basket first and then the top basket.
Cups and glasses
not included with all models