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 How did the earliest dishwasher work?

Answer You cranked the hand-pump that made jets of soapy water and sprayed the dishes. To rinse them you took out the rack and poured hot water from a tea kettle on them. Then you let them air-dry.
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Would a plastic item that melted in your dishwasher spread harmful toxins throughout the dishwasher making everything in the dishwasher unsafe to use again?

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