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Is there a better way to load a dishwasher? GE thinks so

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Loading a dishwasher is not a simple task. When you have a big load, trying to make sure that everything gets cleaned is often learned by trial and error.

GE Appliances is trying to make that easier with its newly introduced Café™ and Profile™ series dishwashers. These new models include a flexible third rack. The track hold eating utensils, cutler and other flat kitchen utensils. According to GE, this frees "up space in the bottom two racks for fishers, pots and pans, and drinking containers of varying sizes."

“No two loads of dishes are the same—and no two people organize a dishwasher the same way,” said Brian McWaters, GE dishwasher marketing manager. “The third rack in GE’s newest dishwashers delivers the ultimate flexibility many consumers are looking for in a functional design that they can customize based on the dishes in each load.”

The third rack extends fully, which is a big plus, and is made up of two trays that can be repositioned or removed entirely.

The Café dishwasher (CDT765SSFSS) is available in stainless steel finish and has an MSRP of $1,699. The Profile model (PDT760SSFSS) is available in both stainless steel and custom panel versions and has an MSRP of $1,599. Both models are available now.