Dishwasher question: Filtration vs disposer
So my 9 year old Kenmore is on it's last legs, and I need a replacement. One small problem: I need a machine with a height of 34" or less to fit into the space.
Bosch has machines which measure 33 5/8 inches, which would work. I noticed that their machines do not have hard food disposers, but rather rely on filtration. I am pretty good about scraping and rinsing my dishes before loading them, but my sons are not, and I'm not always around to check before the machine gets turned on.
Has anyone made this switch, and how did you find it? Thanks.