How soon should you remove dishes from the dishwasher after the washing cycle is over?
Is it okay to leave them overnight and then remove them?
My dish washer takes them straiht out of the sink to drain when she has washed them.
I would assume it is okay. We leave our clean dishes in there sometimes a day or two.
I feel it is perfectly fine to leave them overnight before emptying. While dishwashers vary in number of cycles and temperature at finish, even if they are clean and sanitized, why shouldn't someone be able to do this?
I set mine before sleeping and when including all cycles it runs for two hours. After the two hours the plates are too hot to handle, so it works for me to wake up to clean dishes that are dry and not too hot to take out.If I don't have time to fully empty them in the morning, I can in the evening or the next day.
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