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How To Sanitize Your Dishwasher

Tuesday, March 24th, 2020

Rosner’s Appliances aims to make sure our customers know that select home appliances have cycles and options that provide true sanitizing options that eliminate 99.9% of bacteria.

A dishwasher that has a sanitizing feature uses an extended hot water rinse to kill germs.

The National Sanitization Foundation has set a standard named NSF/ANSI- Standards 184, which means that dishwashers bearing this certification kill 99.99% of bacteria when operated on the sanitize setting.

To meet NSF residential requirements, the dishwasher will run until the water temperature inside the dishwasher reaches approx. 155 degrees F.

Sani-Rinse is also called “heated rinse” option on some models. The Sani-rinse option provides an effective rinse for germ-free dishes. This is great for baby dishes or when someone is sick. The Sani-Rinse keeps water during the final rinse to ensure a good hot final rinse.

Note: Domestic dishwashers typically do not get hot enough to sterilize items because the water temperature is not set high enough in most households. This is a result of energy conservation. 180 Degrees F is the approximate temperature required to sterilize.