Loading the dishwasher after supper is a familiar chore in many households. But singles and couples often don't generate enough dishes to run the appliance every day. So the dishwasher sits empty while dishes are done by hand.
Here's an alternative to hand-washing or pricey drawer model dishwashers.
The Danby countertop electronic dishwasher uses just over 2-1/2 gallons of water in a cycle. That's far less than the amount used in hand washing.
Load up to four standard place settings into the nylon racks and connect the washer to any standard kitchen tap.
An intensive wash cycle boosts water temperature to 156.2 degrees. Other cycle settings are prewash, economy, rapid and normal. You can also delay the start of the wash cycle.
The dishwasher features a stainless steel tub and spray arm. The interior automatic dispenser uses any standard dishwasher detergent and rinse agent.
Although the dishwasher is portable, you probably won't want to move it around a lot. It's roughly the size of a large microwave oven and weighs more than 50 pounds.