1. There’s no way the dishwasher can clean Indian Masala stains.
It can easily clean all types of Masala, oil stains and greasy food residue. You can also set its temperature from 45°C to 70°C depending on how dirty your dishes are.
2. It can’t scrub the dishes like how I do with my hands.
Its powerful spray arms remove all the stubborn Masala and oil stains with high water pressure giving you a highly effective wash.
3. If we have to pre-rinse the dishes before putting in, what’s the use?
You don’t have to pre-rinse the dishes. All you have to do is just scrape off the leftovers from the dishes and load them in.
4. It doesn’t have the space for my Kadhai and other large utensils.
With two baskets, it can hold your Kadhais, pots, pans and still have space for your plates, spoons and glassware.
5. It takes a lot of time to wash dishes.
Loading a dishwasher takes only 10 min, and your work is done. And in this time, it not only cleans your dishes but also dries them. VarioSpeed shortens the wash cycle by half, saving you precious time for leisure.
6. It won’t fit in my kitchen.
The dishwasher fits perfectly into any Indian kitchen, requiring space of only 60 cm width. So no more dirty dishes stacked in the sink.
7. My electricity bill will go up.
It is highly energy efficient and uses only 1 kW of energy for each wash.
8. It’s not hygienic to wash baby bottles in it.
Its 70°C temperature wash kills up to 99.9% germs and is suitable for hygienically cleaning baby bottles as well.
9. The dishes have to be taken out if there’s a power failure.
There’s no need for that as it continues washing from where it left.