Dishwashers: Compare features & prices Zanussi ZSF2450 review http://www.which.co.uk/home-and-garden/kitchen/reviews/dishwashers/zanussi-zsf2450/review/
This table-top dishwasher from Zanussi holds six place settings and fits onto a kitchen worktop, so it could be worth considering if you have limited floor space. But can this compact dishwasher wash and dry dishes effectively and efficiently? Read on to find out how the ZSF2450 fared in our rigorous tests.
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Good but needs care when loading
I am surprised that this is reviewed as having poor cleaning performance, we have had this machine for 2 years now a find it does a good job of cleaning the dishes. You do however need to be careful how you load the machine, so this may be a factor. This is our second compact dishwasher and as with the previous machine, it would make a huge difference if it was just an inch or so higher for loading large plates. The drying performance can be a problem. This can be alleviated by opening the door at the end of the cycle but of course this is not ideal if you are not around when it finishes. Control panel is easy to use with LED digital display indicating the remaining time.
Good performance, though one needs to be careful which tablets to use
Our Zanussi overall provides good dishwashing performance. The plate rack is a bit tight for some dinner plates - which can catch on the plastic lining (the roof) when sliding the basket into the machine (though careful loading can reduce this problem). You do need to be careful as regards which tablets you use. Finish, Aldi and Lidl all-in-ones are fine. Fairy capsules can make the internal overflow protection operate by producing too much foam, and we've also had instances where the capsule film doesn't dissolve properly.
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