If you don’t have the budget or space for a full-size dishwashers, but still don’t want to spend a lot of time scrubbing dirty dishes, you may want to buy a countertop dishwasher. While they look tiny, they can actually fit up to six place settings (where one place setting includes a plate, a bowl, a glass, a fork, a knife, and a spoon), and generally don’t require any additional plumbing other than access to your kitchen faucet.
We tested a bunch of countertop dishwashers to find out which one is the best; however, with the knowledge that most countertop dishwashers are made by a single company and rebranded later (more on that later), we weren’t expecting much. While we did end up having a favorite countertop dishwasher, the Danby DDW631SDB, most of the products on this list are very similar to one another, and will work just fine in your kitchen.
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