Many of the latest dishwashers will have some form of technology that not only gets your dishes clean but has them coming out perfectly dry. Some of the biggest names in dishwashing all have their own unique drying technologies. Basically, if you’re having to hand dry dishes, then your dishwasher’s only doing half a job.
With superior drying technologies, you know that when the dishwasher is done, that means the dishes are clean and dry. This means there’s no more time wasted towel drying to finish off the job. Just less work and more free time.
The latest drying technologies not only save time, they also save energy. With the technology improving over the years, superior drying tech now uses significantly less electricity and water to dry off dishes. So, you don’t need to worry about drying tech affecting your bills.
When it comes to cleaning dishes, Samsung Series 7 dishwashers have everything covered. Not only do they have a wide range of programmes to make sure all your plates and bowls are sparkling, but they also have Auto Door Open Drying™ to leave everything bone-dry. This just means that once the wash has finished, the door will open by 10cm so fresh air can circulate inside, helping your cutlery and crockery dry naturally, quickly and hygienically.
Samsung Series 7 Standard Dishwasher - White - D Rated
Most dishwashers now use superior drying technologies as standard. By drying the dishes as well as washing them, dishwashers do everything that you would otherwise have to do by hand.
There are several reasons why your dishes would still be wet after a drying cycle. It may be because of a build-up of condensation from dishes being awkwardly placed, or that the dishwasher is overloaded.
This is one of the methods that certain dishwashers use to dry dishes. The dishwasher will rinse the dishes with hot water at the end of the cleaning cycle before the cool, steel walls of the dishwasher pull the moisture away.