Most of Bosch’s dishwashers will come with 5 washing cycles, while others will also have additional washing settings to cut through intense stains. Depending on the model, you can expect the following dishwasher cycles: auto, heavy, delicate, express, normal, sanitize, half-load, and rinse & hold cycles.
If your Bosch dishwasher doesn’t flush water as it’s supposed to, there’s a good chance that there’s a clog somewhere. Check the filter, garbage disposal, drain hose, drain pump, or air gap, and remove any solid debris before activating your dishwasher again.
Dishwasher pods and tablets can expire. When they do, their plastic coating will deteriorate, exposing their chemicals to oxygen, which will limit their effectiveness. On average, pods and tablets are good for 12 months and 18 months, respectively.
On average, a Bosch dishwasher will use 3.15 gallons (11.92 liters) of water during each cycle. Compared to other brands that are Energy Star certified, which is around 3.2 gallons (12.11 liters), you can save quite a bit of water over time.
The average size of a Bosch dishwasher will be 34 inches tall, which is just a fraction shorter than the industry average (34-1/2 inches), and about 17 to 24 inches wide. However, the actual size of a Bosch dishwasher, in terms of overall size and cleaning capacity, will vary from model to model.
How long it takes a dishwasher to run depends on your cycle. A normal circle dishwasher can take 1.5 to 2 hours, but each model has its own specific time for each cycle.