These full size models can stand alone or under the worktop in a standard 60cm wide space.
These slimmer models are ideal for compact spaces, even under the worktop in a 45cm gap.
Beko BDFN15430W Standard Dishwasher - White - D Rated
Bosch Series 2 SMS2ITW08G Wifi Connected Standard Dishwasher - White - E Rated
Beko DVS04X20W Slimline Dishwasher - White - E Rated
Beko BDFN15430G Standard Dishwasher - Graphite - D Rated
Beko DVN04X20W Standard Dishwasher - White - E Rated
Bosch Series 2 SMS2HVW66G Wifi Connected Standard Dishwasher - White - E Rated
Bosch Series 4 SMS4HKW00G Wifi Connected Standard Dishwasher - White - D Rated
Hotpoint HSFE1B19UKN Slimline Dishwasher - White - F Rated
Beko HygieneShield™ BDEN38640FG Standard Dishwasher - Graphite - C Rated
Bosch Series 2 SMS2HVI66G Wifi Connected Standard Dishwasher - Stainless Steel - E Rated
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For the best results and minimal faff, it’s important you give your dishwasher a good clean every now and again. You should find a removable tray underneath the bottom sprayer at the base of it – take that out and carefully clear out any leftover food that’s not gone down the drain. Some models feature a fully-removable tray – these can easily be washed in the sink, using a paper towel to clear up any remaining food from the dishwasher trap.
It's also worth wiping down the rubber seals of your dishwasher every couple of months too, as this a prime spot for grimy build-ups. A few quick wipes with a wet cloth will see to it that your machine is running at its best. For more info on cleaning your dishwasher, check out our dishwasher care page.
Your typical dishwasher will use between 10 and 12 litres of water per cycle, though this varies depending on the model and the mode you’ve selected. Some machines will feature more efficient eco-modes, saving you time and money on your bills.
You’ll usually find the dishwasher salt compartment at the base of your unit. If you’re having trouble spotting it, it’s always worth giving the product manual a quick read.
If you think your dishwasher is blocked, make sure to turn it off and find the drain. If you can’t spot it, the product manual should point it out. Once you’re ready, just unscrew the drain catch, pop out the filter, and clear the pipe of any build-ups. Then it’s as easy as putting the filter back in, screwing in the drain catch, and now your dishwasher should be ready for action.
If you need help installing a dishwasher, we offer a convenient fitting service with our professional team of expert fitters – just add on the service at the checkout and we’ll get you set up on delivery day. If you’re set on installing it yourself, we’ve also got a handy step-by-step guide to make things as simple as possible. Check it out here.