How To Wash Dishes By Hand … Or Not

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Remember life in the prehistoric ages, when we had to wash our dishes by hand? It was right around the same time when we had to get on the horse and buggy for travel to the general store, churn our own butter, and wash the clothes in a river — somewhere around 1750 or so I think.

The dawn before the age of dishwashers was a long and arduous one. We had to first gather a sink full of dirty dishes, which in itself is quite disgusting really. Then, we would pour the dishwasher soap into a tub of warm water. You soak all the dirty dishes in there until all the leftover mess of grubby grease, grime and food from dinner comes off into the water. Nothing like diving your hands into a tub full of warm water and pasta with alfredo sauce swimming around in it. All in all, the task would take about 45 minutes to an hour if you got really efficient at it.

Fast forward to the modern century and all that’s required to get stuck on messes off our dishes and sanitized to be fit for human use again is a simple loading and unloading of the wondrous machine called the dishwasher. Not only does it save on time, but it also saves on mess, and gets our dishes much cleaner than if we do them by hand.

This is all great, but what happens when something goes wrong with the dishwasher? What usually happens is the dishes pile high to about the size of the Eiffel Tower and whoever gets tired of looking at them first gets the honor of trying to get them clean.

There’s really no need, however, to attempt tackling the Eiffel Tower of dirty dishes. One quick call to “Fred’s Appliance Repair” and we can schedule a qualified professional dishwasher appliance repair technician to your home right away. Please contact us for more information today.