Although the company promises to make the best dishwashers, there are still many bad dishwashers out there. Don’t be satisfied with a discount! I used to have two inferior dishwashers. When I say poor quality, I am talking about stains left on the plates. There are not only residual stains but also many water stains. Can you tolerate such nonsense?
Likewise, some companies do not make any guarantees. No matter how bad the product is, even when many other consumers complain about the same issues as you, it always seems to be ‘your fault. When I was tired of the old dishwasher, I decided to use it as a storage space for dishes. What else am I tired of? I spend more money on repairs than buying a brand new dishwasher. Every time I “fix” it, I hope it will work. Unfortunately, I spend more and more money on things that become hopeless.
Here are some tips and suggestions, so you don’t become like me:
1.) Always check the consumer reviews of the dishwasher you want to buy. It may be too late to rate reviews after purchase. You can find all the reviews because you will probably never be the first review to buy a product.
2.) If someone else has repaired it before, are there other malfunctions after a few months? Then it may be better to buy a different dishwasher than the one you are buying.
3.) Don’t always trust the electrical appliance retailer. Sometimes they desperately want to sell one or two. They have to meet the quota, or they will be fired. One time I went to an electrical appliance store, and the salesman just threw me a BS. Because of how he told me about the product, he didn’t know much about the customer. When he told me about these features, he read them straight from the stickers. The most common lie is when they say they have the same dishwasher at home.
4.) In terms of reliability and durability, the most expensive dishwasher in the store is not always the best. I know there is one that costs over $ 1,000, and it breaks faster than my previous one.