How To Identify Bosch Dishwashers

One of the most dreaded household tasks for many people is dishwashing. After a filling meal, most people will prefer to go rest and relax on the couch or in bed, instead of trooping to the kitchen sink to wash up the plates, utensils, and the cooking pots that were used to make the meal. The dishwasher is one of the inventions that have allowed people to escape the task of dishwashing. Of all the dishwashers, the Bosch dishwashers are one of the most popular. Here’s how you can spot a genuine Bosch dishwasher.

  • Wash cycles. First of all, look at the types of wash cycles that are offered by the machine. Most Bosch machines come with at least three washing cycles. This allows homeowners to choose the cycle based on the number of dishes to be washed, as well as the type of dirt that is on the dishes. There are also special cycles, such as those that are designed for very dirty pots and pans. There are also delicate cycles that are designed for glasses and plates that can easily break when not handled with care.
  • Racks. Next, check out the racks that are attached to the dishwasher. A Bosch dishwasher will usually have removable racks that you can manipulate as you need. This means that you can add racks if you are washing small objects such as small cups and saucers. You can also remove some of the racks so that you can fit larger objects into the dishwasher, such as stew pots and large trays. These racks may also be lowered or raised, depending on your needs.
  • Sounds. Next, try to figure out the sounds that your machine is emitting. One of the hallmarks and signs of a Bosch product is that it is very quiet, and will not disturb the family while the wash cycles are ongoing. If you turn on the dishwasher, you should only hear a faint humming sound that should not penetrate walls and be audible into the next room, especially on a typical household where there are as number of appliances turned on and a number of people walking and running about.
  • Leak proof. Another feature which makes the Bosch dishwasher a favorite for many households  is that it will automatically turn itself off if the there are leaks in the dishwasher. This will ensure that you do not wake up to find your entire kitchen floor covered in soapy water, and the dishes all left unclean. Most of the new Bosch dishwashers also have pumps installed in them, so that any water clogs will automatically be detected and channeled off to drain pipe, instead of on your floor.
  • Eco options. Finally, a Bosch dishwasher will usually come with eco-friendly options such as energy saving features and water saving features. Most Bosch machines can save up to 25 percent on electricity bills each month, making these appliances both environmentally friendly and still economical.

With these features in mind, you should be able to tell whether you have a good Bosch dishwasher or not. Usually, you can also find out about these features by reading up on the pamphlets and the manual that comes with the machine.


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