Question about Dishwashers
Can't see this doing too much harm in the long term.
Biggest problem is likely to be that it will froth a bit.
Suggest you run the machine empty on a "rinse and hold" cycle a couple of times. Stand by with a cloth and bucket, so that if the machine does froth up, you can mop up anything that seeps out before it makes a mess on the floor (watch the waste water outlet at the back as well as the front door.
Question: How on earth did you get your 12 year old daughter to put anything in the dishwasher in the first place - it's all I can do to stop mine leaving dirty crockery in her bed!
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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