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How terribly hard is it to just add a dishwasher??

  1. #1
    Fonaplats victim of incest [daylong jump-start that nome]
    Too many dishes...
    My girlfriend is always cooking me 5 star meals that take an entire kitchen of dishes to make.
    It's delicious and im not giving it up but I wouldn't mind finding a way to decrease the time of our dishwashing.
    Is there an easy way?
    What's all involved?
  2. #2
    Solstice Space Nigga
    Stop blowing your money on more shit you don't need.
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    mmQ Lisa Turtle
    https://www.mobileconceptsinc.com/dishwashing/mobile-dishwashing-trailers
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    mmQ Lisa Turtle
    Spend ALL OF YOUR MONEY to constantly rent one of those
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  5. #5
    gotta run a line from the hot water heater I think you just need a diverter, a hose and the unit. Drill holes, run the feed and hook it all up or some shit. I have no idea but that's my best guess.

    I have a dishwasher that I never use cuz I grew up in da hood and it's connected to a hose in the wall pointing in the direction of the hot water heater ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  6. #6
    Where do you want to put it
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    G African Astronaut
    They make plug & play countertop models.

    https://www.amazon.com/Countertop-GASLAND-DW102WN-Multifunctional-High-Temperature/dp/B091Y1HZ4B
  8. #8
    Zok used to stamp clean his laundry in the shower, so I don't see why the same convenience cannot be applied to dishes.
  9. #9
    RIPtotse African Astronaut [my adversative decurved garbo]
    Lol dishwashers are fuxking garbage just do your dishes like a real man with a fucking dish rag and soap
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  10. #10
    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    wonder if it'd be worthwhile to put a pressure washer besidethe sink
  11. #11
    AngryIVer African Astronaut [my jade controlled morrigan]
    It's easy as fuck. I've done a few of them.


    The easiest way is going to be to use a SharkBite fitting and PEX for the supply line. For the drain they make special WYE pipes with the dishwasher drain fitting on them. You'll need electrical as well.


    Some food for thought: Dishwashers work like shit unless you're practically pre-washing everything before you put it in. I've found over the last 15 years that hand washing with scalding hot water is leaps and bounds faster and easier.
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  12. #12
    mmQ Lisa Turtle
    It's true what the people above me are saying. You're actually a gay person if you use a dishwasher. Just do your own dishes and do them properly it doesn't even take that long. This is coming from a depressed man who showed a picture of his unwashed dishes the other day.

    Just wash your stupid dishes.
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  13. #13
    Aleister Crowley African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Solstice Stop blowing your money on more shit you don't need.

    Tumble dryer is more needed, that's if you don't have one.
  14. #14
    Obbe Alan What? [annoy my right-angled speediness]
    Do you have a spot for in in your kitchen? If not first you gotta rip out/make alterations to your counter and cupboards.

    You need to figure out if the model you are buying is plug-in style or has to be hardwired in and you have to run the necessary electrical line from your panel.

    You need to tap in to your water lines to bring water to the machine and also need to run a drain line probably to the nearby kitchen sink drain.
  15. #15
    mmQ Lisa Turtle
    Originally posted by I Live In Your Crawlspace Secretly4 Where do you want to put it

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    AngryIVer African Astronaut [my jade controlled morrigan]
    Originally posted by Obbe Do you have a spot for in in your kitchen? If not first you gotta rip out/make alterations to your counter and cupboards.

    You need to figure out if the model you are buying is plug-in style or has to be hardwired in and you have to run the necessary electrical line from your panel.

    You need to tap in to your water lines to bring water to the machine and also need to run a drain line probably to the nearby kitchen sink drain.

    No you don't. They make plug in kits for dishwashers for like $10. That's like saying you have to find a clothes dryer with the right style cord or you'll have to hard wire it in.

    Not necessarily. Two of the dishwashers I've installed I just jumped off the nearest outlet and changed the outlet to be a GFCI since it was now in what's considered a wet location.

    It doesn't HAVE to be a kitchen sink drain either. Like, for example, in my current house it was easier to put the dishwasher in a cabinet that shares a wall with the bathroom so I jumped off of the shower supply line and drain.
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  17. #17
    You can do your laundry and your dishes while showering and complete the trifecta.
  18. #18
    mmQ Lisa Turtle
    Originally posted by ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ You can do your laundry and your dishes while showering and complete the trifecta.

    Quadfecta if you also take a dump.
  19. #19
    AngryIVer African Astronaut [my jade controlled morrigan]
    Originally posted by mmQ Quadfecta if you also take a dump.

    Penafecta if you also take a piss
  20. #20
    Solstice Space Nigga
    washing paper plates
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