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  • #16
    Great tips! thanks! It would help me a lot on deciding what dishwasher should i buy for my small restaurant. I need a new dishwasher for the money. I just have a limited budget and i need to compress all the expenses.

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    • #17
      Actually it depend on what type of dishwasher it is. But I do wait till to run the dishwasher at night cause I live in a rural area and the rates are cheap at night than in the peak hours, and it always takes about Three hours for them . So yes you can save a little bit by running the dishwasher at night.

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      • #18
        Tips

        Those are really helpful tips. Our dishwasher is about to retire and I really need a new one. But I have no idea as to what to get which is just right for my budget. I found tons of dishwasher for the money but none of them really satisfied me. Your tips really helped me make a final decision. Thanks a lot!

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        • #19
          does anyone know how much electricity does a heavy load takes if you don't use the drying cycle?

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          • #20
            Originally posted by amomof4 View Post
            This is hearsay (sp), but a friend of mine has a brother who use to sell dishwashers. He told her that dishes get cleaner if they are not rinsed first. The reason is that the food particles help to scrub the dishes. Since she told me that, I no longer pre-rinse.
            You must have a good dishwasher. If I don't pre-rinse, my dishes look dirty when the cycle is done.

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