To quick-start the dishwasher, all you have to do is remove the bigger left-over remains and load the utensils upside down. No pre-rinsing required! During the process, the remaining food particles get collected in the filter at the bottom of the dishwasher. After loading, just select the program and let the dishwasher take over.
Pre-rinse cycle- The food particles stuck on the utensils are taken care of by the pre-rinse cycle which uses room temperature water to remove the stains. Once the process is complete, the machine drains out the water.
Washing cycle- Just select the temperature, and the heater heats the water accordingly. The main wash cycle happens in hot water. After the process is complete the machine drains out the water.
Rinsing- For every rinse cycle, Bosch dishwasher takes in fresh water. For very greasy & oily utensils, one rinse cycle is in room temperature and the remaining uses hot water. For the lesser, the machine runs two rinse cycles in cold water and remaining in hot water. To reduce the surface tension of the water, rinse aid is added in the last rinse cycle by forming a thin layer over the clean dishes. The rinse aid helps make the water runoff quickly so that the dishes come out dry & sparkling clean.
Drying- How is 100% drying ensured? The hot water used during the wash cycle heats the inner wall of the dishwasher. The process takes just 60-120 minutes and is also highly energy efficient.