This is how a kitchenaid dishwashing machine works

A kitchenaid device that can scrub dishes, wash clothes and even clean a sink was launched in New York City in February.

The machines, called dishwashing strips, are essentially a set of plates that attach to the sink or a dishwasher.

The devices, manufactured by Eltro, are aimed at consumers who have trouble getting the basic dishwashing tools at home.

The Eltros’ machine works by heating up water and heating it in a bowl, which then turns into a hot water bath.

The dishwasher cycles through a series of cycles, washing all the ingredients in the water bath, but not the dish.

Then, a machine that is controlled by a smartphone or tablet uses the phone’s touchscreen to automatically select the ingredients that should be cleaned.

The phone then connects to the Eltrotro’s server, which sends the water back to the washing machine.

The service costs $40 to $50 per month, depending on the number of dishes washed and the water temperature.

The machine also has a built-in dishwasher that can handle large plates.

Some people also opt for a dishwashing system that runs off batteries or solar panels, which are more efficient but cost more money.

Eltrobys dishwashing systems are available in a range of sizes, from 12 inches to 20 inches, and have a range from about $10,000 to $25,000.

The company says the products are compatible with most washing machines, so a customer who uses one of its machines to wash their dishes can also use another one to wash other items.

Dishwashing strips are available online for $70 to $100, according to Eltroid.