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Why Buy a Dishwasher?

5 Benefits that Make it a Must in Your Kitchen.

Dishwashers buying guide
There are many advantages of having a dishwasher in your kitchen that can go far beyond keeping your hands soft. Save your time for something more important than scrubbing dishes. It is not a difficult job, but if you must do it multiple times every single day then you should have another thought about it.

Benefits of Using Dishwasher


Dishwashers safety

Dishwashers can wash, rinse, and sterilize dishes while they are placed in the same position. This can reduce the chance of breaking glass or exposing you to hazardous tools. Moreover, dishwashers can use hot water that you cannot bear.

Tidy Look

Tidy up with dishwashers

Placing dirty dishes out of sight in your dishwasher is not only convenient, but it also keeps the kitchen and the counters clean and to the original setup.


Keep hygiene with dishwashers

Dishwashers put the dishes through several cycles of scalding hot water (130 degrees Fahrenheit.), which disinfects them while cleaning. Furthermore, dishwashers have other ways than hot water to sanitize that could suit your choice. You can find dishwashers that either sanitize using hot steam or UV-LED sterilizing.


dishwashers saved my time

U.S. Department of Energy published that depending on the Energy Star Qualified Dishwasher Partner Resource Guide, washing dishes in a dishwasher rather than by hand saves more than 230 hours of your time.

On the other hand, if your average time washing dishes is 25 minutes daily, the dishwasher can save you those minutes for more important and joyful things.

Money Saving

dishwasher saved my money

Using a dishwasher instead of hand-washing not only saves your time and energy but also cuts down on your water and electricity usage. The Department of Energy estimates that a new, Energy Star-certified dishwasher can save up to 400 SR a year in utility bills and uses almost 5,000 fewer gallons of water per year. Not only does this save you money, but it also helps save the environment. Less energy usage means less pollution and greenhouse gas production.

How to run a dishwasher

Did You Know?

dishwasher general information
The dishwasher can use water amount 10 times less than hand washing. The average dishwasher uses 6 gallons of water per cycle; the average Energy Star-rated dishwasher uses 4 gallons per cycle, and their energy use ranges from 1.59 kWh per load down to 0.87 kWh per load.

If you care about the noise level, check the “decibel rating” for the dishwasher that you aim to buy. Low decibel ratings allow you to watch TV, do your chores, and even let your baby sleep tight while it runs.

Cleaning glass in the dishwasher

Types of Dishwashers

Dishwashers have 2 major types according to the number of programs they perform; each program runs a special wash or specific function. Some dishwashers have programs like Main, Normal, Energy-save or Eco, Fast, Intensive, Delicate/glassware, and more… The main factors that determine dishwashers’ prices are the number of programs, decibel rating, and load size.

High range dishwasher

High Range Dishwashers

Clean from Every Angle

In high-level dishwashers, the number of programs starts from 9 programs up to 12 programs. The additional programs could be pre-wash, additional wash, and pots & pans cycle. The noise level rate will be (40dBs) or higher. Energy rates are (A++) or higher. Water consumption per cycle will be more than 10ltr per cycle.

Medium range dishwasher

Medium Range Dishwashers

Easy Loading & Maximum Flexibility

Mid-level dishwasher starts between 5 programs up to 8 programs. Each program would specify the exact type of cycle as per your need. You can notice that the noise level rate is (40dBs) or less. With energy rating (A+) and water consumption of less than 10ltr per cycle.

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