Question about Dishwashers
The marks look like charcoal has been scratched onto the clean dishes. You can scrape them off,but they almost look like a baked on mould of some sort. I have never heard of anyone else having this problem. Frustrating considering how much we paid for it and it had great ratings.
Is it perhaps coming off the racks? Are they black? Did they come with a plastic covering that has not been removed? Otherwise I would imagine it could be the rubber seals around the door. Have you tried wiping all around with a white cloth to try to establish where it may be coming from? Door or drawer?? If it is a drawer style unit, check the rollers are clean, they may have been over zealous when greasing them...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the problem is hard water and there is a new product out called the dishwasher filtration system. it actually filters the water going into your dishwasher and leaves your dishes spot free. after the first load i was amazed that the white film was gone and my dishes were sparkling. you can get it at www.dishwasherfilter.com.
Posted on May 21, 2008
the is a new product out called the dishwasher filtration system. it actually filters the water going into your dishwasher and leaves your dishes spot free. after the first load i was amazed that the white film was gone and my dishes were sparkling. you can get it at www.dishwasherfilter.com.
Posted on May 21, 2008
SOURCE: Bosch dishwasher
Although I previously posted with the same problem of a film on the dishes after cleaning, I did find a section in the owner's manual which solved my problem. Lift up the rinse aid cap on the inside door - the factory setting is on "4". The rinse aid works in conjunction with your local water, which has variations in it's hardness or softness. When your dishes are streaky, lower the rinse aid setting to 1 or 2. If your dishes are spotted, raise the rinse aid setting higher.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
First of all, if you're talking about actual glass as opposed to crystal, glass can etch easily. Why? Because like crystal, there are variations in its quality. Cheap glass will etch faster with the use of an electric dishwasher compared to higher quality glass.
Did you know that the main constituent in most automatic electric dishwasher detergents is sodium hydroxide (lye) and chlorine bleach (another caustic acid)
A Bosch dishwasher has very long wash cycles, further exposing your dishes to the possibility of etching damage. You should stop using the sani-rinse cycle if there is such an option and switch to a gel format detergent as opposed to a powder. Use a rinse agent such as Jet-Dry. This should solve your etching problem.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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