The dishwasher has become an essential part of today’s modern kitchens. Originally created in the late 1800s by Josephine Cochrane as a way to keep her fine china from getting chipped, the first models were large, basic washers. But after the turn of the century, dishwashers became more streamlined, adding drains, propellers, dish cradling systems, and many more features, including introducing detergents to replace fatty and heavy soaps. Today, there are high efficiency machines that are built to be compact, with digital readouts and one-touch operation, among more trendy features that can increase a dishwasher’s life.
The refrigerator is the most important and most utilized appliance in the kitchen. Which is why it’s also the most important one to keep clean and free of germs and bacteria. A clean refrigerator not only ensures the food and drink inside remains fresh, but also keeps your family safe and happy. Not to mention, guests are sure to be impressed!