What else can you use your dishwasher for,other than washing dishes?
In the modern age, almost all the machines are multipurpose. We look to use a machine in purposes other than its normal usage. The same law is applicable for dishwasher too. Here I’ll discuss a few usage of dishwasher other than orthodox dish washing:
1. You can clean your kid’s toys with dishwasher. By doing so, you can kill all kinds of bacteria and germs of the toys. This information will be pretty helpful for those mothers who have children with large collection of toys.
2. You can cook salmon with your dishwasher. I know it sounds crazy but this is the fact. Just place your salmon filets between the aluminium foil sheets. Squeeze a little amount of lemon juice along with patting some butter. Now seal the fish within the foil tightly and eventually place the filets. On the top most rack. Avoid using dishwashing soap. Set your dishwasher on the hottest mode and dry cycle and wait till it completes a full circle. Once the cycle is complete, you will be ready to eat a readymade tasty fish.
3. If you have baseball hats, you can wash them with the dishwasher. The baseball hats lose the shape upon going through clothes washer. But if you place the hats on the top most rack of your dishwasher, you will get stink- free and perfect shape baseball hats.
Make a lasagna, yup you read right. You can literally make a tasty, cheesy, lasagna, and if you're not comfortable with that then just use it to disinfect the kids toys.
Can you explain how to make a lasagna using a dishwasher?
Heres a link, hope this helps.
http://inhabitat.com/6-scrumptious-meal … hat-right/
Sorry, hope this helps.
Don't know, but you can use a washing machine or cement mixer for mixing large cakes (if it is clean)
Sterilizing sponges, toothbrushes, trays
I wouldn't use it for some of the cooking hacks I've seen, though.
by Brenda Durham 8 years ago
I've never had a dishwasher until this past year. Never wanted one, 'cause I figured I could wash 'em manually faster and better than taking time to rinse 'em off and then load the dishwasher and then later take 'em out and inspect 'em to see if they really got clean.....plus I figured it...
by Nithya Venkat 5 years ago
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?
by Nina L James 6 years ago
Is it more energy efficient to run the dishwasher or to wash dishes by hand?
by darrensurrey 6 years ago
How can I get cleaner dishes from my dishwasher?Sometimes I wonder if I ought to run the dishes through again but does anyone have any tips for improving the efficiency of my dishwasher? Many of my dishes are fine but some are questionable.Also, I notice salt marks on some items.Thanks.
by jackavc 7 years ago
why is the U.S World Series called that when no one else in the world plays in it?
by keepitnatural 7 years ago
Does it matter if you put washing up liquid in your dishwasher for once? What's the difference...anyway!?
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