No Room for a Dishwasher? Here’s How You Can Still Have One

Transform after-dinner cleanup with Fotile's new 3-in-1 sink and dishwasher.

If you have ever nixed a recipe simply because it seemed like too many dishes to have to clean, get ready to branch out from one-pot wonders. This month Fotile debuted their first 3-in-1 sink dishwasher. Unlike any other dishwasher, this compact version fits into a kitchen sink and doubles as a produce washer as well. It’s time to make the most of your small space with this game-changing appliance.

Still need to hand wash your pots and pans? Try these dinner recipes that require almost no cleanup.

How Does It Work?

via facebook.com/fotileamerica

This sink dishwasher fits into a traditional kitchen sink. The only difference is that one side of the sink is open as usual, and the other side fits a compact dishwasher. Use it to thoroughly clean your dinner dishes or to help wash and prep fruit for breakfast. Fotile’s 3-in-1 sink dishwasher does all the heavy lifting you need in the kitchen but takes up less space and energy consumption than traditional dishwashers. It’s also proven to eliminate 99.99% of E. coli Staphylococcus Aureus from your dishes and to fully dry them quickly.

Change the Way You Clean

When you no longer have to dread hand washing every dish, you can enjoy cooking again and not feel constrained to only one-skillet meals. This dishwasher could also be a great gift for a grandparent or loved one who has a difficult time constantly bending over to load and unload the dishwasher. And don’t forget that it can wash your produce while you prep another crowd-pleasing meal.

When it’s time to clean the dishwasher itself, check out our five easy steps.

Can You Buy It Yet?

In-Sink Dishwashervia fotileglobal.com

Fotile’s new creation is available now. While it’s not cheap (starts at $1,499), getting to skip all those hours of scraping baked-on casserole dishes might just be worth it.

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Carrie Madormo, RN
Now a freelance health and food writer, Carrie worked as a nurse for over a decade. When she isn't hunched over her laptop with a baby in hand, you will find her cooking her grandmother’s recipes, lacing up her running shoes or sipping coffee in the bathroom to hide from her three young children.