Dishwasher Racks – Loading the dishwasher correctly is essential to ensure your dishes get as clean as possible and that there is no fracture. Dish racks are designed to hold dishes, cups, pots and pans a certain way. After correct entry steps will get much better results, wasting less water and seriously reduce your need to rewash dishes after a dishwasher cycle. Remove large particles of food from pots, pans and plates. Smaller particles are OK, but any bite-sized pieces or greater need to be removed from the dishes first. Something that is already fixed to the plate can pose a problem and should be removed before putting in dishwasher.
Place plastic parts, cups, mugs and glasses on the upper rack, turned upside down so that the mouth of the goods is touching rack. This gives the water a better chance of reaching the dirty areas and also allow water to drain properly. Place the plates in the slots of the lower rack as close to center as possible. Turn the plates inward to the page you eat at facing the middle of the dishwasher racks. This is all the water spray coming from the center of the dishwasher, hits the dirtiest part of the plates first.
Place the pans on the bottom rack behind the dishwasher racks. Turn pots and pans upside down or inward toward the center, again to make it easier for water mist to hit the dirtiest areas. Put the gear in the holder utensils. Major tools should be placed flat in the upper rack, if they do not fit below.