I was thinking of replacing my dishwasher, I think I will wait until the new Trump rules would allow them to be better at what they do
Idiots that don’t understand they’re paying for KWHs and not KWs won’t understand LOL!
BTW, I’m shopping for a WH and facing the huge increase in their prices caused by government regulation.
I want to go back to high flow, high pressure shower heads, sink faucets and toilets the way they used to be. Unfortunately I don’t see that happening.
I see no reason why a dishwasher in the 21st century cannot be as fast as a General Electric or Kenmore in 1975.
Someone’s always gotta try to take the piss out of traditionalists during the holidays. I’ll bet Rachel Koning Beals is a four star buzzkill as a dinner guest.
Literally no one not a Climate hysteric cares.
I used to use an GE model that had a bad “head,” and so I bypassed it with my own switches. It would agitate or spin as until I switched it. Got clothes clean and quite dry, which is what I wanted. Esp. when I forgot it for a while!
Awesome!!! I miss having dishwashers and clothes washing machines that actually freaking work!
Is it the dishwasher or the soap which had a vital ingredient removed by regulation?
New building flat roof apt. construction should be built so to pipe rainwater from the roof to a filtered basement storage tank to be piped over to the laundry room.
Never heard of a dish washer that takes 2 1/2 hours. I do NOT use the heat dry element. I just open the door a tad.
My new dishwasher has a “1-hour” option on it. I avoided it at first, thinking it was just an abbreviated session of the normal 2 1/2 hour procedure. But actually it’s the only option I use now as it seems to get everything cleaned much better. Even butter knives with peanut butter on them - that normally had to be run through 2-3 times the old way.
Or you can buy the crappy present dishwaters that do nothing to clean your dishes and you have to run them through several times.
How does a dishwasher that only has to run once use more energy then one that has to be run twice?
“Dishwashers used to clean a full load of filthy dishes in under an hour. But now they take an average of two and a half hours and STILL leave dishes dirty!”
I have an old dishwater and had thought about replacing it. I had no idea these new dishwaters took 2.5 hrs to finish a cycle!
Hope Trump pushes industry to bring them to market quick. Mine died and Ive stalling getting a slow dud.
Fake news. The regulation rollback still allows people to buy “energy efficient” appliances. They just now have a choice to buy the kind that actually wash dishes, and do it quickly.
I thought these people were pro-choice? Or only just about some things?
I want toilets that actually flush.
If the market supports it energy-efficient appliances will still be manufactured and available. I like choices.