Cleaning the dishwasher? Clean up what’s the task of clearing other things? Whenever the dishwasher is switched on, you may think that the hot water and the cleaner are rotating, and that is why it is not dirty – but this is a dirty job, so it can sometimes remain incomplete.
- – White vinegar
- -Lemon juice
- -Wear or soft fabrics
1- Start your dishwasher or you can choose from the time when you started. Remove all hangers and shelves, making the dishwasher completely empty.
2-Check the rotating arms and make sure that all holes are open so that water can escape from the temperature. Using a toothpick or similar small tool, you must remove any debris that may have accumulated in these holes (you should be careful not to damage the machine by pressing too much while doing this!).
3-You should also clean the bottom of the cover. In some dishwashers water does not reach this part so dirt and dirt can accumulate here easily. Look at the floor of your dishwasher, check the water flow around the drain. Clean any dirt or debris that may cover this area or any solids that may block the path. If you have a filter, remove the filter and open the parts on your sink. Clean your filter using a toothbrush and a little carbonate or warm soapy water. Rinse well
4-In the next step, you should clean the environment with the help of toothbrush and carbonate. You can have any residues that could cause any odor here. This can also easily become clogged due to labels coming out of pumpkins or glasses.
5-A few drops of lemon juice and white vinegar soaked with a cloth dipped in the cloth should be removed. You can also use toothbrushes for narrower areas. Rub thoroughly and make sure to clean the corners and edges of the machine.
6-You must check and clean the basket with the forks and knives again for food residues. If you are very dirty with warm water, a little soap can clean thoroughly. Don’t forget to rinse.
7-You can run your dishwasher with white vinegar once when the dishwasher is empty so that the water can accumulate. Pour two cups of white vinegar at the bottom of your machine and then run once in the economic circuit. Stop the machine in the middle of washing so that the vinegar can sit down and do its job well. Allow to stand for 20 minutes and then continue the wash.
If you have rust marks, you can use rust-removing materials that do not damage the dishwashers. If the detergent holder of your machine does not close well, you can use the sealers specially designed for dishwashers.
If you have mildew or other problems, you can use bleach. You can add up to half a cup of bleach to the floor of your dishwasher and wash once long.
Note: If your dishwasher is stainless steel, you should not use bleach. Also do not mix bleach and vinegar!
8-Clean the buttons and adjustment panel beautifully. Spray a mixture of vinegar / water / lemon juice or a stainless steel cleaner (this is fully attached to your machine) to the handle and sprayer to the front of your dishwasher. I think microfiber fabrics work better in dishwashers and stainless steel materials.
A few more notes:
It may be good to repeat this cleaning process (or a shorter version) once a month.
– You have to be careful about dishwashing gels. Usually they contain bleach, which over time will start to spoil and leak the rubber seal.
– Do not mix liquids and vinegar.