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LOVE. Nothing less than what I would expect from KitchenAid!
from Chicago, Il
Comments about KitchenAid 24" Built-In Dishwasher - Stainless Steel:
Cleans amazing like my previous KitchenAid with even more advanced features and super quiet!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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2nd kitchen aid dishwasher purchase
from concord, ca.
New positive features from last Kitchen Aid I had bought 12 years ago.
from Greenville, SC
Our new KA dishwasher is the most advanced dishwasher on the market. We researched comparable washers and this was the best from an capability, feachures and quiteness we saw. I highly recommend this washer.
Quiet, efficient model
from Smithtown, NY
Pros: Quiet, cleans greatCon: Arrived with ding in front right side panel. Part of total kitchen remodel, could not hold up install due to flaw in front of dishwasher. Stainless steel front not of durable quality (see below rating)
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from Washington DC
Very satisfied. Roomy and efficient.
Mediocre, disappointing at best
By Dishwasher blues
This was rated as one of the top dishwashers in 2016, and I have to say... what a disappointment! It doesn't clean well - forget putting bowls with oatmeal in there - might as well do a double cycle for those. It leaves plastic cooking utensils coated in a white haze. If could take this back, I would.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Very quiet, cleans well
from Annapolis, md
Dry quiet and cleans well. I bought this because it was highly rated by consumer reports. I would prefer to have my old two drawer dishwasher but kitchen aid doesn't make it anymore. A deep single drawer dishwasher is probably the best solution.
We replaced a 7 year old Kitchenaid that required $300 parts for it's third repair. This one is much better: cleans very well, quiet, better dish arrangement makes for greater capacity in the same space. Of note, we are now using the recommended detergent and rinse aid and the results are excellent. Only time will tell if this one is more durable. The service man predicted that it would be.
QUIET SUPER QUIET
from Virginia Beach, Va
My mother had a kitchenaid dishwasher for 25 years with only one repair. I have always wanted a KitchenAid but they are expensive so the last time I needed one I bought one that was a cheaper brand. That was 3 years ago. So when it broke I decided to make an investment and buy my KitchenAid dishwasher. I love it and fits in the same size as my old one but has so much more room. Please keep my registration on file I plan on keeping this one 25 years!!!
from Houston, TX
We bought this model to replace our old GE dishwasher that died after 28 years of trouble-free service. Obviously there have been many changes in the technology since our GE was new. We selected this model because it's highly rated by Consumer Reports. When the installers brought the dishwasher, the door would not close. They took it back and scheduled installation of another unit within three days. The replacement unit was installed with no problem and seems to be working great for the two weeks we've had it. We accumulate dishes until we have a load and run the unit two or three times a week. Time will determine the reliability of the unit. On the plus side, the rack design is great. The dishwasher fits in the same space as the old one but seems to hold more dishes. The height-adjustable top rack really enhances load flexibility. The "Top Rack Only" wash feature is really nice for small loads. The spray nozzles in the back for pots and pans is also a nice innovation. I notice that the dishes seem much hotter than they were with the old model at the end of the cycle, but then again, it was a very old unit. The detergent dispenser allows the detergent to be metered during the cycle. That strikes me as much more efficient than just throwing the detergent packet in, as was the case for the old unit. The option to delay starting the cycle is nice. It allows the unit to be run in the wee hours of the morning. That's especially nice during the hot summer months when electricity demand is high. We're impressed with how quiet the unit is. We had to turn up the TV when the old unit was running. Not so with this one. On the minus side, the cycle is 2-3 times the length of the old one. I think that's to reduce energy usage and noise, and it appears all the new brands have this feature. It would be nice to have a "minutes remaining" display. Of course, the faulty door on the first unit delivered is definitely a minus and may be an indication of the quality control.
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