Published at Tuesday, 22 May 2018. Dishwasher. By Madelene Lebel.
Size up your options. While most conventional dishwashers are the under-counter type which are 60cm wide there are more compact options out there for those that want to save kitchen space. First off there are 45cm machines which have a capacity of around a third of a full-size dishwasher. That still amounts to around 20 pieces each of crockery and cutlery though so it's often an economical option for small families. Table-top dishwashers are also available for kitchens where space is at a real premium.
Today every updated kitchen has a dishwasher or should have a dishwasher. I know people who spent a fortune on cabinets flooring and fancy granite counter top when they updated their kitchen. Unfortunately they didn't install a dishwasher. A big no-no in today's tough real estate market. Even though it's just my husband and I in our home now we still use our dishwasher about once every 3-4 days. I rinse the dishes well before I put them in the dishwasher since they'll be sitting for a few days before washing. I always use the heated dry cycle unless I'm washing my good china in which case I don't.
It is easy to look at a small kitchen and think "oh great I'll just never cook again. Or have friends over for dinner." But it does not have to be that way. Your tiny kitchen can have any of the things large kitchens have. You just can't have all the things large kitchens have. But if you really want a dishwasher there are more options than you'd think and you do not have to drain your savings account.
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