Kenmore Elite, The Dishwasher with Style
This is a sponsored review from BlogHer and Kenmore.
When I bought this house last year one of the things that I didn’t like was the dishwasher. In my previous house I had a top of the line dishwasher that was amazing and most importantly quiet. In this house I had a builder’s special dishwasher. It did the job of washing the dishes in an acceptable manner, as long as you washed the dishes before you put them in. And it was loud. Since my house has an open floor plan this meant all running of the dishwasher had to happen while we were all in bed for the night. Nothing inside of the dishwasher was adjustableand so half the time I was jamming stuff in and then cursing when I just couldn’t get everything in. Even though there would be extra space, it just wasn’t functional extra space.
I felt like I had gone from driving a Mercedes to driving a Dodge Dart with a cracked windshield. Yes, they both might get you where you need to go, but one of them is clearly superior. So when the opportunity came along to test drive the new kenmore Elite dishwasher I jumped at the opportunity.
I went to Sears to order the new dishwasher they didn’t have one for me to see on the showroom floor. The salesmen showed me a photo of one and told me a little about the dishwasher, but I really didn’t know what to expect. Seeing a spec photo isn’t the same as really getting to look at it in person.
So when the delivery man arrived with the dishwasher a few days later I was beyond excited to finally have a look at it. Oh my, it is a purty lil’ thing.
Shiny stainless steel exterior.
Shiny stainless steel interior.
ADJUSTABLE dish racks?
With little thingies that fold down to hold my wine glasses in place? Be still my heart.
LCD touch screen? What?
I couldn’t help but start singing, Meet George Jetson…
I could not wait to load it up with dishes and test it out.
So, let me ask you this… how would you like your own Kenmore Elite dishwasher (or refrigerator, oven, or washer/dryer)? Maybe the better question is why wouldn’t you want to win them? I bWell now you have the opportunity. Visit the BlogHer.com review round-up page and enter a comment for a chance to win one of the major appliances.
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