The plastic utensils are overturned in the dishwasher and filled with water?
There is an easy and ingenious solution
A web surfer revealed a trick on how to avoid light dishes in the dishwasher flip over and fill up with water.
And you will not believe what you need to solve the problem
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Tuesday, 04 January 2022, 23:35 Updated: 23:43
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This is what happens inside the dishwasher while it is working (Bito)
There are few things more annoying than opening the dishwasher and finding inverted plastic containers filled with murky water.
This is exactly why a web surfer has revealed a brilliant trick that solves this problem and prevents the light items in the dishwasher from flipping inside it.
So what should you do you ask?
You just need to have an office rubber band at home.
The surfer who uploaded the trick to Reddit explained: "Use a thick, large rubber band to prevent the light dishes from tipping over. I have two of these in the dishwasher all the time - even if I do not use them. It just works!".
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The guy also shared a picture of a black plastic container in a dishwasher secured by a rubber band.
In responses to this post, followers wondered what would happen if this rubber band was ripped from the dishwasher, or caught in its internal mechanism, however, the post writer claimed he had been doing this trick for years, and it never happened to him.
"I have been using extra large rubber bands in the dishwasher for at least 15 years (when my kids started using lightweight plastic cups), and I have never had any problems," he wrote.
"They last about a year or two before they start to crack and tear, and then I replace them. I also fasten the rubber band to the top rack by a loop so that even if the rubber band is torn in two, it is attached to the top rack and can not fall to the bottom of the dishwasher."
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He also claimed he was not the only one using the method safely: "I recommended it to almost everyone in my building and to five or six relatives, and no one had any problems. People keep telling me it works great."
Although he insisted that the rubber band did not cause problems, one of the respondents noted: "I would not suggest doing so. It makes sense that the heat and moisture inside the dishwasher will crack and tear the rubber bands. The dishwasher. "
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