Question about Dishwashers
The risk here would be minimal. What can happen if your water gets too soft from the salt it could cause the glassware to become cloudy, but this would normally only happen if you washed the glassware in too salty of water for multiple loads. The other risk is that all the salt is not rinsed away and you may have a salt taste left on the dishware.
If you run a quick rinse or normal cycle with no dishes it will help clear out any residue so it will not cause damage to the machine.
So in summary it is not going hurt anything unless this happens quite often. If you do this again simply run a second cycle with nothing in the dishwasher to flush it out.
Posted on May 01, 2010
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