The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on May 4, 1970 · Page 33
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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 33

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.;-:••,, 7 ? , "r -,"• ' DES MOINES REGISTER MAY 4, 1970 9-D YOU New Westinghouse Filter Clean r ' Dishwashers are better than a hand lotion No potato peelings to cope with after the meal is over when a food waste disposer is under your sink. Fibrous waste cutters on this Maytag disposer can handle/most food scraps/including corn husks, celery and banana skins. Forget About the Old Filter£lea» _„ Portable Dishwasher Model SFK3C 169 95 rpHE old garbage can will J_ be just an/unpleasant memory if you/install a food waste disposer under your kitchen sink//, ' Food wastes will go down the drain/as you prepare the meal, arid after dinner, you simply scrape the scraps off theyplate and the disposer wiji grind them up and flush them away. / Here are some suggestions /by manufacturers to help you use your disposer for the maximum convenience and efficiency: 1. Your.disposer will grind away all-normal food wastes, from fruit pits to corncobs — but it is .not a trash can and will not take - string, glass, metals, paper, rubber, cloth, bottle caps, leather or oyster shells. 2. Use only cold water when operating the disposer. This congeals greasy substances so. they can be ground up and flushed away. Otherwise grease may ad^ here to the disposer or drain lufe 3. After the grinding has been completed, you- wilL • Telescoping fop rack • Concealed easy-roll casters • Single dial timer control • Self-cleaning filter • Blue porcelain-on-steel tub, not plastic • Exclusive Tilt-Guard Door • Multi-level washing action • Micarta top • Water release button • Dual detergent dispensers • Plate-warmer setting • Silverware basket with covered compartment Many models of food disposers, such' as this one by Hotpoint, can be fully installed for around $100, and disposers can be used in homes where the plumbing is connected to" a city*sewer system-or to bornei with septic tanks. hear a humming sound instead of the grinding noise. Then let the water run for a few seconds to be sure all waste is flushed through the drain. 4. A food waste disposer can be used with a septic tank. The tank t however, must meet minimum FHA standards for tanks to be used with disposers. Also you may have to clean the tank a year or so sooner than normal, 'say manufacturers. ' 5. A disposer is self-cleaning because of the scouring and flushing action of waste and water. Do not use drain- cleaning chemicals, as they may damage the-disposers interior. ~ v f. Do not overload the disposer or pack waste in tightly. Dispose of food waste as it accumulates. Water must flow freely and , the .food must come in contact with the shredding elements. 7. If you have an auto- ma t i c dishwasher * that drains through the disposer, clear the disposer before using the dishwasher so the stored waste will not back up into sink or dishwasher. 8. A lemon or orange peel put through the grinder will rid the disposer of odors. • Dual detergent dispensers • Plate-warmer setting . • Telescoping top rack •• Concealed easyrroll casters Filter Clean Portable Dishwasher • 6 pushbutton cycle selections • Westinghouse Sanitizer • Self-cleaning filter • White'porcelain-on-steel tub, not plastic • Exclusive TiJt-Guard Door • Multi-level washing action • Lighted Cycle-line dial • Maple lift-off cutting board top • Rinse wetting agent dispenser -'• Concealed power cord and hose compartment • Aerator and water release button • Silverware basket with covered compartment ..... ...--. - Model SFK6A ....... Filter Clean Portable Front Loading Dishwasher with 3 pushbutton . cycle selection •» Westinghouse Sanitizer • Self-cleaning filter • Exclusive Tilt-Guard door • Multi-level washing action • Maple lift-off cutting board top •?* Model SFK5A -Appliances, Downstairs, Store for Homes, Downtown; and Merle Hay Plaza. Sold only in our servicing area.

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