Scrub Fewer Dishes with the KitchenAid KDTE104ESS Top-Control Dishwasher
Spend less time cleaning up after the meal and let the KitchenAid KDTE104ESS Stainless Steel 24” Built-In Dishwasher do the work for you. Concealed controls give this stainless steel dishwasher a sleek look while the ProWash technology tackles tough, baked on foods, no need to soak overnight. With 6 pre-set cycles to choose from, including Express Wash, this dishwasher makes it easy to simply load in the dishes and get the cleaning started with the press of a button. Spend less time trying to work through a pile of dishes in the sink and let the KitchenAid 24” stainless steel built-in dishwasher do the work for you.
Super Quiet Operation
This KitchenAid built-in dishwasher runs at a near-silent 46 dBA, so you can toss in a load during dinner or movie night without disturbing the whole house.
Sleek and Simple Stainless Steel
The stainless steel tub is easier to clean, reduces wash cycle noise and can tolerate higher hot water temperatures, meaning cleaner dishes with less hassle and a sleeker interior look.
Gets the Dishes Done Right No More Towel Drying
This KitchenAid dishwasher has 6 cycles to choose from, including 2 speed cycles, and 5 cycle options, so you can get just about all of your dishes nice and clean. Use the ProScrub option to take advantage of 40 powerful jets throughout the dishwasher, perfect for tackling seared and baked-on foods with less work. The ProWash cycle selects the most ideal cycle for the load based off of the soil level and optimizes cleaning power from start to finish. Need dishes done now? Select the Express Wash cycle to get a load clean in an hour.
This KitchenAid dishwasher has a heated dry option that to help dry dishes after the cycle ends, so you won’t be stuck towel drying all of the dishes before putting them away.
Load ‘Er Up
With enough capacity for a full 14 place settings, this dishwasher can definitely handle post-meal plates, pots, silverware and more, helping cut down on the amount of hand washing you have to do. Adjust the upper rack to help fit in taller and awkwardly shaped items, like grandma’s casserole pan or a tall stock pot.