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Washing Plastic Containers Covers in the DW

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Washing Plastic Containers Covers in the DW

mobiledynamics | Aug 3, 2017 02:08 PM

For those that wash your plastic in your DW, I'd love to reexplore this question It has been posted and discussed at one point....

For my glasslock containers, I handwash my covers. Mainly as there is a silicone/rubber gasket, and in my mind, a 2 Hr cycle with water being flung everywhere - MY OCD mindset is thinking the possibility of dirty water seeping between the gasket/lid and then it staying/mitigating there, etc. Yuck. Similar mindset/concept where I handwash my *barrell handled tools...

Am I the one that's crazy and all CH'ers and washing them in the DW ?

I don't have this hesitation with the Zyliss Plastic covers, as the gaskets are these are much different in design. It is heat welded/seamed to the cover direct. No *channel* for water to possibly mitigate in between and stay

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