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Full stainless steel interior
Enjoy an attractive appearance and long-lasting durability
GE’s most advanced wash system
Consistently clean and dry dishes are ensured with GE’s most advanced wash system, featuring 65% more wash power.* *Wash power delivered to each rack. Compared to previous GE models.
Piranha™ hard food disposer with removable filter
To ensure consistently clean items, this stainless steel blade rotates at 3,600 RPM to pulverize food particles and helps to prevent large particles from clogging the wash arms
Easy Access Silverware Baskets
To help make loading silverware and small items easy, two baskets offer plenty of space, while Dedicated Silverware Jets ensure table-ready results
Easy touch adjustable upper rack with 2 Stem Safe shelves
Quickly adjust the upper rack 2 inches up or down to accommodate tall glassware and 10 ½" plates with plenty of room in the bottom rack for large platters and cookie sheets
AutoCAD files of appliances are available in DWG format. (compatible with most CAD software applications)
GDF570SGFCC is rated
3.8565 out of
Rated 2 out of
Poor design. Cleans wellWe have had this a month now and we still are not happy. It is very small and has fixed racks. The silverware rack on the front of the racks causes the rack to tip forward and get stuck in the door crease and obstructs the soap drawer from opening if there is any tall utensil in the rack. The upper silverware rack is too slim and long so utensils fall in and a hand cannot fit in to get it out. It is very quiet and gets fished clean when the soap drawer opens.
Date published: 2015-05-21
Rated 5 out of
YO 2 from
GREAT MACHINECLEANS GREAT SO QUIET DON`T EVEN KNOW IT`S ON . GLAD I GOT IT
Date published: 2015-05-19
Rated 5 out of
VERY quietI have never owned a dishwasher that is this quiet. The first time I ran it I thought it was not working properly and kept checking it because it is so quiet. I am very pleased with the sound level especially since my house has an open floor plan and the kitchen is next to the living/bedroom areas. In addition to being quiet it does a great job cleaning the dishes. Comes in biscuit/bisque color, too, that is difficult to find. I am more than satisfied after five months of use.
Date published: 2015-05-17
Rated 5 out of
Ultra QuietSuper quiet. Does a great job. Love the slots for silverware & holders for wine glasses!
Date published: 2015-05-16
Rated 3 out of
Performs Function But DisappointedThe dishwasher performs okay but since installation/use, expect the following nuisance items: with the new lo-flo and reduced amount of water, the cycle takes a much longer time to complete than the replaced washer. If too much or too large silverware is placed in the lower front silverware basket, sometimes it blocks the water spray which moves the detergent out of the holder. The tines in the both racks are not moveable to be able to be laid flat like my former dish washer which is a nuisance when washing large bowls/pans/glassware. Under the "heated dry" selection, the plastic racks (2) and plastic silverware holders (2) don't dry out so are still wet when removing cleaned items. There is no positive door latch, just a plastic wedge on the door sliding into a plastic clip in the housing.
I like the stainless steel insides rather than the plastic coatings that most new style dish washers have that we looked at. No porcelain anymore. It is quiet. More distance between racks so larger items like vases can be put in. It has two removable silverware holders, each mounted on the front of their rack. They are not interchangeable though. The door won't close enough to allow start of the washer if they are swapped.
Overall, it works and probably better than some. All the latest dish washers on the market that we looked at seem to be built by the same factory with down graded materials to reduce costs (plastic or steel tub liners rather than porcelain, plastic racks, etc.) and controls moved around.