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Seperate stainless steel and silver cutlery

If you have a mixture of stainless steel and silver cutlery try to make sure that you keep them apart from each other in the dishwasher. Put silver cutlery on one side of the basket and stainless steel on the other. Should they touch during the dishwasher cycle, then the detergent may have the effect of making a black mark at the place where they came in contact.

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If you have a mixture of stainless steel and silver cutlery try to make sure that you keep them apart from each other in the dishwasher. Put silver cutlery on one side of the basket and stainless steel on the other. Should they touch during the dishwasher cycle, then the detergent may have the effect of making a black mark at the place where they came in contact.

Phone 03446 923 608 and we’ll assess the best resolution for your problem.

Always disconnect your appliance from the mains before you start examining it!

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Give the cutlery a rinse under the tap before loading

Some foods contain acids which can stain your cutlery, in particular fruit, mayonnaise and sea food. Rinse the cutlery first to remove harmful acids before being washed in your dishwasher.

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Some foods contain acids which can stain your cutlery, in particular fruit, mayonnaise and sea food. Rinse the cutlery first to remove harmful acids before being washed in your dishwasher.

Phone 03446 923 608 and we’ll assess the best resolution for your problem.

Always disconnect your appliance from the mains before you start examining it!

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Remove the cutlery as soon as the cycle is finished

Some staining and marks found on your cutlery after dishwashing may be because of condensation build up during the drying part of your machine's cycle. Try and take the cutlery out as soon as you notice the cycle is over.

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Some staining and marks found on your cutlery after dishwashing may be because of condensation build up during the drying part of your machine's cycle. Try and take the cutlery out as soon as you notice the cycle is over.

Phone 03446 923 608 and we’ll assess the best resolution for your problem.

Always disconnect your appliance from the mains before you start examining it!

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