But a hasp and staple and a padlock.
Screw the hasp and staple to the door and case.
When running the dishwasher, lock the door and put the key nearby.
If the door is locked, the dishes are clean and you can't put dirty
dishes in it until you unlock the door.
If you lose the key, buy a new dishwasher.
"My dishwasher has a little container for detergent which has
a cover that opens to let it out. It can open but never close by itself. I
load detergent the first thing before anything else, so if I open the
washer and the cover is closed, it means it's still dirty. Indeed, you
still need to open it but you don't have to scrutinize the actual load
"If I had a reversible sticker, I'm guaranteed to forget to flip it when
needed. The detergent cover is a better indicator for me. Granted, I only
have to look at it a couple of times a year, mostly when someone else
loaded it for me, which is rare."
I'm with you, I would be sure to forget the magnet, so I fill the powder dispenser the first time I put a dirty dish into the dishwasher.
On Thursday, January 16, 2014 3:41:41 PM UTC-8, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote
dispenser the first time I put a dirty dish into the dishwasher.
My "near fool-proof" method is to write "CLEAN" on a sheet of paper then cl
amp it in the door as I close it. Be careful not to put it in such that th
e latch will hit it - I tear out the top left 1/4 of the sheet so when clos
ed the sheet actually hangs over the handle.
Of course the real solution is to empty the thing when it has finished a cy
I did not know there are so many folks with vision problem?. Is it so
hard to distinguish clean plates from dirty ones? Then how can you read
the reminder whatever sticker? We run fully loaded washer once every 3
days. As soon as it is run, we unload. So what is a big deal? Do you
have a reminder sticker near the toilet or bidet to remind you whether
you wiped/washed clean your bottom?, LOL! Or remind every thing? A
sticker to remind reminder too? I don't get it. I have some thing called
daily routine I adhere to. When I can't, it's time to move on to next life.
Do you time your life around your dirty dishes? We run the dishwasher
whenever it's full and we don't wait around until it's done to empty it.
We'll start it before we go to bed, before we go to work, before we watch
TV, whenever. We usually empty it for 2 reasons: we need to use it for
another load or we need the dishes that are in it. Rarely do we empty it
just because it's done.
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