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Bosch - 100 Series 24" Front Control Tall Tub Built-In Dishwasher with Stainless-Steel Tub - Black

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Bosch 100 Series 24" Tall Tub Built-In Dishwasher: Get your dishes thoroughly cleaned without drowning out your conversations and TV shows. This remarkably quiet dishwasher features an adjustable upper rack, 6 wash cycles, and delayed start times to accommodate big messes and busy schedules.

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    Color:
    Black
    • Black
    • Stainless steel
    • White

    Key Specs

    • Product Height
      33.875 inches
    • Product Width
      23.5625 inches
    • Product Depth
      23.75 inches
    • Hard Food Disposer
      No
    • Condensation Drying
      Yes
    • Sound-Reduction System
      Yes
    • Operating Sound Level
      50 decibels
    • Number Of Racks
      2
    • Tub Finish
      Stainless steel
    • Tall Tub Design
      Yes
    • Color Finish
      Black
    23.75"
    Bosch - 100 Series 24" Front Control Tall Tub Built-In Dishwasher with Stainless-Steel Tub - Black - Front_Standard
    23.5625"
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    33.875"
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    Overview

    What's Included


    • 100 Series 24" Tall Tub Built-In Dishwasher with Stainless-Steel Tub
    • Drain hose
    • Owner's manual

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    87% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1585 out of 1836)

    Energy Ratings


    Features


    Front panel controls

    Easy-to-use operation at the touch of a button.

    Recessed handle with self-latching door

    The self-latching door holds at the position you want it when you open your dishwasher and automatically shuts at less than 20°.

    Quiet operation

    A 50-dBA rating incorporates 18 unique sound-reducing technologies, making Bosch an exceptionally quiet dishwasher brand – great for running loads without disturbing your household.

    Accommodates up to 14 place settings

    Generous interior space means more clean dishes, fewer loads.

    Flexible loading options

    The 300 series racks comes with manual height adjustment in the upper rack. The removable silverware basket lets you customize where and how you load your utensils.

    Variable spray pressure system cleans hard-to-reach places

    Higher and lower spray pressure allows for better load customization and enhanced cleaning performance, based on the cycle that is selected.

    High temperature wash for better, safer clean

    The sanitize option operates at a higher temperature to help reduce bacteria and enhance drying results.

    ENERGY STAR certified efficiency

    Designed to save energy by reducing gallons of water used each year.

    Triple filtration system

    A 3-fold corrugated filter removes food particles, eliminating the need for deep prerinsing.

    6 wash cycles give you more cleaning options

    Includes Heavy, Auto, Normal, Delicate, Express and Half Load.

    Bosch Exclusive 24/7 Overflow Leak Protection

    Safeguards against leaks, even during dishwasher operation.

    Delay start

    Set your dishwasher to run on your own schedule with 3-, 6- or 9-hour delay options.


    Customer rating

    Rating 4.3 out of 5 stars with 1836 reviews

    86%
    would recommend to a friend

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      I Like This Dishwasher

      Posted
      tabbygreye
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      The model number I bought is SHE3AR75UC/21. This was my first time doing my own installation of a dishwasher. I will say, I hope it's a long time before I have to do so again. To me, none of the electric nor water fitting locations either on the Maytag I was pulling out, nor the Bosch I was putting in seemed to be sensible nor user friendly. It wasn't that they were hard to attach, just that they were in hard to reach locations. But the alternative was to pay out for installation, which would have meant I couldn't afford a new dishwasher. I did my research beforehand. This particular Bosch model is in Consumer Reports top 5 listing of dishwashers, for its ability to clean and it's features, but to me, most importantly, for it's longevity. My previous dishwasher was an upper end Maytag that crapped out after 13 moths. And, now, all dishwashers are made by just a few companies. Basically Whirlpool, GE for American companies, and then you have your international companies like Bosch and Samsung and Fisher Paykel. This led me to believe that all the durability faults with my Maytag would carry over into just about any American brand I bought, be it Amana, Kitchenaid, Kenmore, etc. since they are all Whirlpool made. But, even though Bosch has good reviews (per Consumer Reports) for it's longevity, let's just say, once bitten twice shy. I did follow through this time and purchased a 5 year extended warranty! On to my review of how this dishwasher works. I am very pleased with how well it cleans! It has no problems removing dried on foods! And it does so in a short period of time. It would take my Maytag 4+ hours on auto setting to do half the job this Bosch does in just 2 hours! Be forewarned though, it does not have a drying feature. I am alright with this, the heat from the wash gets the dishes about 90% dry, and then it's just stuff in the top rack, ie: coffee mugs, that seem to have any moisture residue on the top. If I open the door after it's done cleaning, but before it cools down and allow the moisture/steam to escape that will allow everything to dry. I am not seeing any issues with spots on my dishes. I do use the rinsing agent as recommended by manufacturer. It's super quiet! If it weren't for the count-down timer counting down, I would sometimes question whether it's really running or not! As will all new dishwashers, you have to learn how to properly load it, with the dishes and cookware that you have. What you have likely is not what the manufacture used in it's loading guide! It is misleading, in the description it says it can hold 12 place settings. That may be, if you own thin, Corelle type dishes. But, if you are washing bulky dishes, like my Fiesta plates and bowls, then you need to probably half that. I line my plates every other space on the bottom rack, otherwise, they are so thick they nearly touch each other and there's no room for water to get at them and clean them. But, I think is the case with all dishwashers. Theoretically they are all the same size inside. You just have to learn to load for what works best for your dishes. On the top and bottom rack you have the ability to fold down one row of the tines, to allow for hard to fit items. It also, on the top rack, has a fold down ledge that you can place long cooking utensils, like ladles and such for cleaning. I like that feature! This particular model came with one long silverware holder/basket. Other models come with two separate half length baskets. Personally, don't like the long basket. I rarely have that much silverware to wash, and the extra length to the basket takes up space that could be used better by a pot or large bowl. I did go on line to the manufacture and purchased the half length baskets, and like this much better. I find I can load pretty large things in the bottom rack with out compromising the movement of the sprayer arms. One fault I find with the lower rack is that it is easy to knock off it's ledge. Not a problem if the rack is empty to get it back into position, but for me, it always seems to do it when I have it loaded down, and it's a bit more challenging to get it back into alignment. I don't see this as that big of a problem, what I need to learn to do is not pull the bottom rack out all the way! ;) Think that's it. If I remember, I'll come back in a few months or so and give an update!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Nice look, nice cleaning, not so "hot" on drying

      Posted
      pbjkids

      Let me start by saying when we purchased this model, we were actually remodeling our kitchen and purchasing all new appliances. LG was the brand we went with for everything other than the dishwasher because LG's reviews were so poor. We chose this Bosch dishwasher because at the time, it had the best reviews. We really liked how this model looked however Best Buy did not have it on the showroom floor so we had to view it at a competitor's store. I really liked the look of it as well as the fact the controls are on the outside. Many put the controls on the inside now which makes the outside look like just a sheet of metal. There was no design element to the others. Just too plain for my taste. We also chose to install ourselves. Never again! Our previous dishwasher was a GE Nautilus, no longer in production. The hookups between the two were opposite sides. We had to replace pipes that obviously didn't come with the new dishwasher. Hookup itself was a true pain. I would advise just paying the money and having someone else do it. This was our first time installing a dishwasher and our last LOL. As for the dishwasher function itself, it does clean really well and it’s super quiet. Washing is no different than any other dishwasher I've experienced. However another reviewer made the comment it doesn’t get hot enough to wash or dry the dishes. I have to disagree to an extent. It gets hot. Extremely hot! Don’t be fooled like we were into thinking there was something wrong with the appliance itself because when it first starts, it takes from the cold water, not hot water. It heats the water during the cycle and trust me, you open the door during that cycle and you will see just how hot it gets however I don’t think it retains that heat long enough to get the dishes dry when on other washing choices. The card says to use Auto wash for better drying. It does make a difference. I was using the “normal” wash cycle. My dishes came out so wet, it’s like I just took them out from soaking in a sink but the GE had that issue too. I can deal with that as long as they are being washed in hot water and disinfected. I was using the normal wash cycle. I liked that both racks have a spray arm. That insures both levels are getting clean. My old one didn’t have that. Just had a bottom one. On another note, I do like that a couple of the prong lines, drop down so if you have bigger items, you can flatten the line of prongs and fit say a pot in however it would be nice if they all dropped down. Sometimes we have several big items and they won’t fit. The other thing my GE had that this one doesn’t is straight prongs. I’m not a fan of these tilted prongs. No different than a parking lot with straight parking vs angled parking. You can get a lot more in if they were straight up and down. Overall, some of these are just curves in design that I will have to get used to but I really wish the dishes dried better. On the front panel, the controls are very easy to follow and I like that there is a timer countdown to let you know how much longer the cycle will be going for. It has an on off button as well so when not in use, you can turn it off instead of keeping the digital clock up. It does take Finish detergent tabs as well as Finish rinse/drying agent. We tried the Finish in our old GE and it didn’t like it so I was nervous about using the Finish again but it does a good job so no complaints. You can use regular dishwasher detergent as well. The silverware basket does come out and it also has a lid on it which does snap open. I can fit a ton of utensils in there. We had our old dishwasher for 11 years so we are having to get used to this new one and its change in design but overall I’m happy with the purchase.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Bosch had it's Pro's and Con's. Pro's WON!

      Posted
      CasualRN
      • My Best Buy Premier Silver MemberElite Plus Member

      My old floor display LG finally was laid to rest. 5+ service calls and then it started leaking and wouldn't power up. I researched every web-site and every customer review. Bosch doesn't offer an affordable line with a build-in garbage disposal feature, which sounded like something I wanted as an added feature. Never-the-less... It was a holiday week and I needed my dishwasher replaced, and fast. I did my homework using Consumer reports, due to their testing and non-bias reviews. This model rated 81/100, which was the highest rating for dishwashers. I wasn't crazy about the models with hidden controls and I liked the remaining time display. The stainless steel tub is nice (note: the bottom and top aren't stainless steel... rather a greyish plastic, but who cares? The top rack is on a track which I do feel make for longer lasting and easier in and out access. It's not as quiet as my late LG. The sounds of filling and emptying cycles can be heard, however it's not a really big deal for me and it's only a little noticable. I read one review that says the Pot scrubing cycle doesn't get the water hot... WRONG! Opening my door during the cycle gave me a free-steam facial. Not recommended... LOL. So heat is not a problem. Here's what is... The loading problems I reviewed were not great, and this is true. The tines are very tight... Bosch is trying way too hard to make dishes fit. If I was only washing plates, this machine would be a dream. Note to Bosch... Most families use a large assortment of dishes, bowls, glasses, pots and pans. Put some space back between those tines! Some are adjustable but most on the bottom rack are fixed. (I have to be creative at times to get the plates and pots to fit at the same time. Deal breaker? Not really... I just want everything clean. And clean is what I'm getting. This unit is a work horse. I've done back to back washings after Thanksgiving. Even put the pots and pans all together for their own cycle, fearing that some food particles might settle on the glass ware, but this wasn't a problem at all. The filter does need to be cleaned once in a while, but I've only done so twice in 2 weeks, and it wasn't that bad at all. Might have even gotten by with just one cleaning. Bosch recommends Finish tablet which is another #1 rating from Consumer reports. One soap tablet per wash. Not bad at all. There are enough settings to make my daily use easy. The quick wash selection is good for a normal breakfast. The sanitize option is great and helps the dishes dry as well. There is no heating unit, so that's a plus/ minus for some, but my LG didn't either so I knew what to expect. For the price... This was a Great deal and I'm happy so far. I can take the little minor loading issues over the fact that I've always gotten a clean load when it's finished. Run times are long, 1-2+ hours, but again... nothing new for me. If you want clean and can tolerate a trickling noise between cycles, then look no further. Easy to self install... (took me 30 minutes) Note to Bosch... I like my products boxed... Not shrink wrapped. Just saying...LOL Time will tell how long this one will last, but so far, it's the best I've owed. Oh... Bosch is noted for the least amount of repairs. Good sale point for me. Hope this helped. Mr. CaZ

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Darn Good

      Posted
      Orange606

      Purchasing a dishwasher turned out to be an epic adventure, well not really but certainly more involved then I had anticipated. Initially I looked at the ratings from CR which places the low to moderate priced Bosch units at the top of the pile. Additionally, Bosch had a high reliability rating. Based on decent price, good test rating, and good reliability rating, the search was completed. However, when I started checking the user reviews I encountered a roller coaster of posts either indicating it was the greatest unit ever, worst nightmare anyone could conceive, and everything in between. Although I noted the user reviewers on BB are predominantly positive. I have seen issues with other CR reviews where they rated a cheap item higher over other more expensive units and user reviews of the highly rated cheap units were horrible. In those cases it appeared that CR did a quick and dirty review and did not consider ergonomics or the long term performance, even though these were items that people generally own for several years and only replace when the unit fails. However, in this case most of the issues were not premature failure. Considering the high rating from CR and range of user issues, I decided to summarize the issues and try to understand what was causing them Long wash cycle and incomplete drying: Turns out the EPA has been increasing the required energy efficiency standards for dishwashing that forces them to use less water and energy. This has lead to longer wash cycles and less heat applied for drying. I read that activating a sanitary or heated dry option can reduce the drying time or more completely dry the dishes. I found with this unit that the dishes are adequately dried using the auto program, but items that pool water may not completely dry, such as bolls turned upside down, mugs, and similar. However this was an issue with the old dishwasher and is not an issue for me. Ineffective cleaning: Only saw a few of these reviews, and based on CR and user comments these appear to be isolated issues which may be explained by the individual user circumstances. We found the unit cleaned as good as or better than the old unit at its peak. Defective units: the complaints I read were not specific enough to understand exactly what was wrong and how Bosch had proposed or attempted to fix it. With any mechanical item there may be lemon units that could have been a result of poor design, assembly, handling or installation. Again hard to pinpoint from the limited information available, but currently not pervasive from what I have read. Our unit was well packed and easily installed with no operational issues. Less space than former unit: This comment along with any other comments related to an attribute that could be known or inspected prior to purchase is really not a valid point for reducing a review. If it was smaller than the old unit or the user doesn’t like the rack configuration it’s the users fault for not researching and inspecting the unit prior to purchase. In summary I think you are going to have a hard time finding a similar priced unit with the attributes and performance that match this unit. The low score reviews appear to be based on inappropriate expectations or unclear mechanical failures which may not be related to design of the unit. I will update or add a review if my experience changes.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great dishwasher with some quirks

      Posted
      HLatNJ
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      This is an affordable budget dishwasher that cleans well, uses very little water and has 2 foldable tines (one in upper shelf and another in lower shelf) to allow you to place larger bowls or pans face down. PROS - Cleans Well - After a week of dishwashing, I only had 1 jar with stuck-on food. Ceramic, glass and plastic dishes & containers all came out sparkling clean! - Pretty Quiet - This dishwasher is pretty quiet (very low hum). I can have a quiet conversation at the kitchen table which is only a few feet from the dishwasher. - Time Display - I hate dishwashers with hidden buttons so I am happy to see this one has easy to reach buttons and a display showing how much time for each cycle as well as showing the time left to finish the cycle once it has started. - Large Silverware Basket - The four sections are large and fit more silverware than my previous Whirlpool dishwasher. You can either keep the grid pattern on the basket to help with separating the silverware for easy cleaning or else you can flip off the grid pattern for an open basket. - Half-Load feature - If the dishwasher is only about 1/2 full, you can use the Half-Load feature to wash your dishes in a shorter time. However, I found the shorter cycle also leaves the dishes more wet so I generally don't use this cycle. NEED TO GET USED TO - These are not necessary bad issues but they do take some time to adapt. - No heated dry - Most dishes come out 99% dry when you use the Normal or Auto setting. You can select Sanitize to increase the water temperature which in turn heats the dishes to a higher temperature which then causes them to even dry more. In addition, open the door as soon as the cycle is complete to let out the steam to hasten the drying process. This is comparable to the dryness of the dishes when we opted out of the "Heated Dry" option for our old Whirlpool dishwasher. - Must use rinse aid - We have very hard water. We use Kirkland dishwasher pacs. In addition, we also add rinse-aid (recommended by Bosch). Our dishes come out sparkling without any water spots. - Smaller & differently laid-out interior - Although this Bosch dishwasher has the same exterior dimensions as other brands, the interior somehow feels smaller. The layout is significantly different from my old Whirlpool. The distance between tines are quite narrow for some rows (great for plates but not so much for bowls. The best bowls for this dishwasher are shallow ones less than 2" deep.) However, the somewhat smaller capacity has not been a problem for us since it takes less time to fill up a full-load so I can start the dishwasher sooner. With the old dishwasher, we would wait for the dishwasher to fill out before turning it on. I got so fed up waiting for clean dishes after a meal that I would just hand-wash them. - MUST CLEAN FILTER - There is no built-in food disposer. As such, there is a filter that you would need to rinse with water about once a week. It's not a big deal since I only found a small 1/4" piece of lettuce in the filter after about a week of use. Bosch does a pretty good job of pulverizing other food particles. CONS - Wet Bottom - After each load, the bottom of the dishwasher is still wet! I leave the door open in between loads for it to dry out to prevent mold! If you don't plan to use the dishwasher for several days, I recommend wiping the bottom dry before closing the door to prevent any mold or odor. Overall, I like this dishwasher due to its cleaning ability and low cost. Most of its quirks are manageable with the exception of the wet bottom. Make sure you take your dishes to the store to try loading them into the dishwasher racks before buying it.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Cleans Great, Simple to use, Very quiet.

      Posted
      KSStuffBuyer
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      We've had this dishwasher for about a month and are very pleased with it. It cleans dishes very well and does so quietly. We had had a stainless steel-tub from KitchenAid for about six years that was said to be quiet but did not seem quiet to us. It was starting to have issues with leaving crud on the dishes so we started looking around for a replacement. We were concerned about the reports of the smaller size as we have three children and can have quite a few dishes. This dishwasher is smaller but once we adjusted to the different loading pattern we have been fine. We have found that loading the back of the rack first makes it easier to slide the rack in and out during the day. Our practice is to run the dishwasher at night when we go to bed and the dishes are dry when we arrive in the morning whether we use the "sanitize" option or not. I did have to come down the first night as I couldn't hear anything and thought I had forgotten to turn it on. It was gurgling merrily along so all was right with the world. Issues others have raised: -The steel front does get a little streaky but so did our KitchenAid. It cleans up fine with the same cleaner we use on our stainless refrigerator. -After a month we have not had anything piling up in the filter. -We have had the same luck with how clean and dry the dishes get using three different detergents. We used the Finish sample that came with it, a Cascade liquid and a Cascade Pac. We are using a different brand rinse agent. They all seem to do the trick. -The door is self-closing and that takes a bit to adjust to as it tries to close itself if you don't pull it open beyond a certain point. That was just a matter of adjusting to something different. Now I just view it as self-closing with a self-satisfying click. -The display is made up of red lights that flash if you leave it on. However, it is very easy to just push the on/off button and they go away. When you are ready to use it, push the on button, they flash, you choose your option (it defaults to what you used last time) and then hit start and it starts. A time remaining non-flashing display shows, cleverly, how much time is left on the cycle. -The sides and top are steel, the bottom is gray plastic. To be honest, we have not noticed this. -I installed this and it was simple. It took me a while but that's because I have no confidence in my mechanical skills so I over-analyzed everything. All in all we have had no shopper's remorse after buying and using this dishwasher.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Worst appliance we've ever owned

      Posted
      BrandyNS
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      This dishwasher has never worked properly since it was installed June 2013. We replaced an 11-year-old dishwasher with this one because the racks were starting to rust, but I wished we hadn't because our old dishwasher cleaned and dried the dishes just fine with Wal-Mart brand dishwasher detergent. With this new Bosch, there are always several dishes that do not come out clean. Sometimes we don't notice the faint fragments of food and then the dishes start growing mold while they're in the cabinets. I have also opened the dishwasher after it has finished cleaning the dishes to find food smeared on the inside of the door. It dries about 80% of the dishes, and you have to leave the door open after it finishes washing and "drying" because the bottom and sides of the dishwasher are completely wet and it will start to smell quickly if you don't get it dried. The dishwasher has also broken and chipped several of our glasses because the racks are not designed to hold average American glasses. No matter how well I try to separate and anchor them on the top rack, they still somehow wobble. And one of the detergents recommended by Bosch etched most of our glasses. We had our water tested and it showed as "ideal" on the hardness scale so that is not causing the etching issue. We've called Bosch with these issues 3 times, however, they continue to tell us to try different settings on the machine and various detergents. I turned on the extra dry setting and use the rinse agent but nothing has helped. Finally they had a repair guy come to look at it. He told me all the settings are correct, and I'm doing everything right, however, he could not find anything wrong with the machine and there was nothing he could do. I even showed him 3 dirty glasses and 2 bowls with mold on them that had come out of the dishwasher after it had completely finished its cleaning and drying, 2hrs 40 mins. We dislike this dishwasher so much, we bought a Maytag dishwasher today to replace it. I would rather be out $540 + tax than waste any more time and trouble on it.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great cleaning & affordable dishwasher

      Posted
      TheBargaineer
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      This is an affordable budget dishwasher that cleans well, uses very little water and has 2 foldable tines (one in upper shelf and another in lower shelf) to allow you to place larger bowls or pans face down. PROS - Cleans Well - After a week of dishwashing, I only had 1 jar with stuck-on food. Ceramic, glass and plastic dishes & containers all came out sparkling clean! - Pretty Quiet - This dishwasher is pretty quiet (very low hum). I can have a quiet conversation at the kitchen table which is only a few feet from the dishwasher. - Time Display - I hate dishwashers with hidden buttons so I am happy to see this one has easy to reach buttons and a display showing how much time for each cycle as well as showing the time left to finish the cycle once it has started. - Large Silverware Basket - The four sections are large and fit more silverware than my previous Whirlpool dishwasher. You can either keep the grid pattern on the basket to help with separating the silverware for easy cleaning or else you can flip off the grid pattern for an open basket. - Half-Load feature - If the dishwasher is only about 1/2 full, you can use the Half-Load feature to wash your dishes in a shorter time. However, I found the shorter cycle also leaves the dishes more wet so I generally don't use this cycle. NEED TO GET USED TO - These are not necessary bad issues but they do take some time to adapt. - No heated dry - Most dishes come out 99% dry when you use the Normal or Auto setting. You can select Sanitize to increase the water temperature which in turn heats the dishes to a higher temperature which then causes them to even dry more. In addition, open the door as soon as the cycle is complete to let out the steam to hasten the drying process. This is comparable to the dryness of the dishes when we opted out of the "Heated Dry" option for our old Whirlpool dishwasher. - Must use rinse aid - We have very hard water. We use Kirkland dishwasher pacs. In addition, we also add rinse-aid (recommended by Bosch). Our dishes come out sparkling without any water spots. - Smaller & differently laid-out interior - Although this Bosch dishwasher has the same exterior dimensions as other brands, the interior somehow feels smaller. The layout is significantly different from my old Whirlpool. The distance between tines are quite narrow for some rows (great for plates but not so much for bowls. The best bowls for this dishwasher are shallow ones less than 2" deep.) However, the somewhat smaller capacity has not been a problem for us since it takes less time to fill up a full-load so I can start the dishwasher sooner. With the old dishwasher, we would wait for the dishwasher to fill out before turning it on. I got so fed up waiting for clean dishes after a meal that I would just hand-wash them. - MUST CLEAN FILTER - There is no built-in food disposer. As such, there is a filter that you would need to rinse with water about once a week. It's not a big deal since I only found a small 1/4" piece of lettuce in the filter after about a week of use. Bosch does a pretty good job of pulverizing other food particles. CONS - Wet Bottom - After each load, the bottom of the dishwasher is still wet! I leave the door open in between loads for it to dry out to prevent mold! If you don't plan to use the dishwasher for several days, I recommend wiping the bottom dry before closing the door to prevent any mold or odor. Overall, I like this dishwasher due to its cleaning ability and low cost. Most of its quirks are manageable with the exception of the wet bottom. Make sure you take your dishes to the store to try loading them into the dishwasher racks before buying it.

      I would recommend this to a friend





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