Dish­ing out 10 top tips

Rochdale Observer - - SCHOOL NEWS -

Want to set­tle this de­bate once and for all?

sorts those dish­washer dos and don’ts – with some help from the pros are ‘dish­washer safe’ be­fore you load them.

Most items can go in the dish­washer, but the Fin­ish ex­perts say some non-stick sur­faces could be­come less ef­fec­tive af­ter a spin in the dish­washer, and it’s not a good idea to put lead crys­tal glasses in ei­ther – they should be washed by hand. re­ar­rang­ing the dishes ev­ery time you want to slot an­other one in.

The Fin­ish ex­perts rec­om­mend putting larger plates at the back of the dish­washer and load­ing in size or­der. Put pots and pans open-side down in the bot­tom sec­tion. the heat­ing el­e­ment in most dish­wash­ers is on the bot­tom, and if plas­tic items are placed near it they could melt. Also, make sure they’re se­cure so they don’t flip and fill with wa­ter. cleaned if the wa­ter can’t reach them, and food can get trapped on your dishes.

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