DISHWASHER AND MAINTENANCE TIPS
The properties of the water, especially its hardness, play a major role in the use of a dishwasher. Very soft water can result in clouded glass (deformations in the surface of the glass), while very hard water can leave deposits on the surface of the glass. We advise finding out about water hardness and adjusting the dishwasher’s settings accordingly.
The ideal temperature for washing glassware in a dishwasher is max. 55°C. Too high a temperature can result in clouded glass.
Dishwasher salt and rinse aid
Use the correct quantities of dishwasher salt and rinse aid, appropriate for local water hardness, to ensure that glassware comes out of the dishwasher hygienic, clean and sparkling.
We recommend using the dishwasher’s glassware cycle for washing glasses, and dosing the detergent powder or gel as directed. Use less dishwasher detergent if the dishwasher is not completely full.
Be aware that the dishwasher’s “eco” cycle reduces the amount of water used. If you use this cycle, therefore, you will also need to reduce the amount of detergent to avoid clouded glass.