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2008-01-23
Name: she Hi

Is anyone using dishwasher? I am planning to buy one so need to know the reviews.
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2010-12-14
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Name: RichardHarper
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Dishwasher is the washing tool for dishes, my review is quite good on that and it can gives you relax from washing the dishes by your hand.
Any more suggestion would be much helpful...
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2008-07-05
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Name: Moon Light
Subject:  Hi
We r also thinking about the same.We live in India .IFB is a manufacturor of DWM Rs 20000-27000 range, however from net gathered that it has a poor sevice record.R there any other companies doing this?

Mandeep do u stay in India? If yes which brand r u using?can it clean semi deep vessels like kadai ?
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2009-02-26
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Name: Swathi
Subject:  hi
hi she,
I live in US.. I have GE dishwasher. It cleans pressure cookers, steel utensils, porcelian. Dont put non-stick pans.
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2008-08-28
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Name: mandeep
Subject:  For Moon light
Hi Moon light
I live in UK and I am using hoptpoint dishwasher that wot i wrote earlier also n yes it clean all big or deep utensils like pressure cooker, kadai etc. have u bought one or not yet.
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2008-02-14
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Name: hope2help
Subject:  hey!
I myself don' t like dishwashers because by the time I' m through rinsing the dishes for placement in the dishwasher I could have had washed them by hand. Many people adore them and find them a great convenience. They' re a brilliant little invention and I don' t think you will find many women who would say otherwise. For me however, doing the dishes is a family event, I scrape, rinse and stack, my hubby washes, my son and I dry them, our daughter puts things away and it gives us time to chat. I think we' re just old fashioned fools... I am sure however that when you purchase yours you will feel as though there is a little angel under the cupboard and you won' t be wrong!
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2008-01-30
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Name: mandeep
Subject:  hi
we have hotpoint dishwasher n its great. i am useing it from 2002 Dec.I would not imagine my life with out it.
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