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jimb0

jimb0

2 hours ago, weinoo said:

 

Probably more the soaps and rinse aids than the actual dishwasher.

 

 

Oh - let me count the ways in which Americans have been led into parting with their hard-earned dough.

 

agree, i haven't looked up the chemistry but i'd wager that the increased alkalinity of dishwasher detergent plus extended exposure to pretty high heat does a number on the anodic coatings. then once that was screwed up i bet they tried their darnedest to scour the discoloration

jimb0

jimb0

2 hours ago, weinoo said:

 

Probably more the soaps and rinse aids than the actual dishwasher.

 

 

Oh - let me count the ways in which Americans have been led into parting with their hard-earned dough.

 

agree, i haven't looked up the chemistry but i'd wager that the increased alkalinity of dishwasher detergent plus extended exposure to pretty high heat does a number on the anodic coatings

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