What cannot be used to dry utensils?
What cannot be used to dry utensils or Why your dishwasher is not drying dishes properly? Good hygiene in handling food is very important. However, it is also important to make sure that the dishes and utensils used to serve the food are clean.
If dishes and utensils are washed in dirty, greasy water, they will be covered with many germs. If they are dried with dirty tea towels, they will collect more germs.
How do you dry utensils?
Use soap to wash dishes and utensils. If water supplies are limited, dishwater does not need to be of the same quality as drinking water. However, always rinse dishes and utensils with clean water after washing them. Avoid drying them with tea towels.
It is better to make a simple dish rack so that the dishes dry in the sun. Not only is it more hygienic, but it also saves time!
Wooden, plastic and stoneware dishes and utensils need to be washed with extra care. Germs can stay hidden in cracks and rough surfaces. Enamel and metal containers are easier to clean.
Clean, dry utensils should be stored where pests and flies cannot spread germs. They can be stored on a rack and covered with a tea towel. If there is a cupboard available, store them upside down to prevent cockroaches, mice and other pests from entering. Utensils should not be left on the floor.
Why your dishwasher is not drying dishes properly?
Check if the device is properly charged
You may not load the dishes properly or put too many dishes in the dishwasher. Make sure that all dishes are properly tilted & that items do not touch each other or moving parts of the dishwasher for optimal water drainage.
If you don’t load the dishwasher properly, light plastic cups or glasses can be moved and turned over to allow water to enter. Certain dishes may impede the opening of the dispenser cap or the rotation of the spray arms.
Rotate the spray arms after loading to make sure they move freely. For more information on loading a dishwasher, see our guide.
Use rinse aid
The rinse aid may have run out or the rinse aid may not be distributed properly in the appliance. Rinse aid removes water from the surface of your dishes during the final rinse and aids in the drying process. It prevents water droplets from drying on your dishes and leaving water stains.
When the rinse aid light on your dishwasher comes on, it’s time to top up the rinse aid. The rinse aid reservoir is located on the inside of the door of your dishwasher, next to the detergent dispenser. Open the reservoir cap and fill it with rinse aid until the reservoir is full. Then close the cap again.
Open the door at end of cycle
If you keep the door of your dishwasher closed after a cycle, water droplets can settle on the dishes. Your dishwasher may have dried the dishes just fine, but when the hot, moist air inside the appliance cools, water droplets form.
Open the dishwasher door after a cycle and leave it slightly open to allow the hot air to escape. Some Beko dishwashers are equipped with an automatic door release, which allows the door to spring open when the wash cycle is finished, allowing the moist air to escape.
Plastic and Teflon are more difficult to dry
Plastic retains less heat than other materials, such as glass or porcelain, and the surface tension of Teflon can cause water droplets to remain. This means that utensils made of these materials can remain wet while the rest of the dishes are completely dry.
Many Beko dishwashers feature AquaFlex® technology for the best drying results, even for plastic and Teflon.
Do not place utensils with a worn surface
The water may not dry completely if dish surfaces show signs of wear. Water droplets may remain in the pores or dents even after the wash and dry cycle. It is better not to put such items in the dishwasher.
Also Read: Is it better to replace artificial stone or natural stone countertops for kitchen countertops?
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