Catch On to Some Smart Dishwashing
The latest dishwashers are
energy efficient and water saving—good investments for people tired of
washing their own dishes or looking for more proficient
washers. Smarter dishwashers are catching on some with more success than
One such dishwasher is the “Marvelous Machine”
by Gaggeneau. It’s made in Germany and
comes equipped with sensors that inspects wash water and adds clean water when
needed. This process saves a little over a gallon of water per load. It also uses
highly effective water spraying methods that clean dishes more efficiently.
Then there’s the Mini-Cooper of dishwashers. The countertop electronic dishwasher from Danby stands 17-inches tall. It may look like a microwave, but
it can wash four place settings at a time. It was introduced in 2004 and comes
with an Energy Star rating.
The Touchtronic Platinum Anniversary dishwasher is built for heavy duty jobs. It
looks like a steel safe but is capable of washing 14 place settings at one time.
This brawny washer has a special feature that super heats water for cleaner
There’s also the “Suds-Free” dishwasher from
Australia. This prototype became
reality in 2006. Alexandra Gilmour, a
design student from Sydney, introduced the unique dishwasher. This eco-friendly
contraption uses high-temperature steam as its primary cleaning agent.
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