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What's the best way to load the dishwasher?
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The top rack is for glasses, cups, and saucers, with the cups and glasses fitting the best along the sides. The top rack is also a good place for any dishwasher safe plastics and strangely shaped utensils. Always face the items down and towards the sprayer arms. The bottom rack is good for any of your larger items including: large platters, bowls, plates, pots, and pans. The basic guidelines for loading a dishwasher are simple: place the dirty side of the dishes towards the spray arms, don't cover smaller items with a large item, place sharp utensils point downward, make sure fragile items are securely in place, and don't stack items.