washing machine repair parts
Q: Why do the plastic parts in my dishwasher break?
A: Use a de‐scaler!
Dishwashers in their normal everyday operation need to have a detergent that contains chemicals that include alkaline and a silicate.

After a period of time the plastic parts gradually become coated with calcium and pitted from the constant bombardment of the silicate or (sand). Combine this with the continual heating and cooling of the water, add the effect of the constantly changing load weights and the pushing and pulling of the basket. It is no wonder something has to give.