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So that's how that works...
TikTok user @happyhome83 has blown viewers' minds with a video clip showing what happens inside a dishwasher.
The clip, which has racked up over 60k likes, the water being sprayed throughout the appliance by the spray arm, or blade.
Some TikTok users were shocked by the revelation that this is what happens after they've pressed the start button.
One comment reads: "I’ve waited my whole life to see this. Thank you!"
Another wrote: "I always wondered how those worked."
"I always thought they filled up like a washing machine." Added a third.
A fourth commenter said: "I always wondered lol this just made me so happy!"
Some commenters, however, weren't quite as impressed.
One user wrote: "The amount of unhandy people in these comments… 'I never knew that’s how it worked'…. How did you think it worked?"
"Come on guys you have never opened it mid wash cuz you needed a fork 💀💀 to get hot water all over yourself" Added another.
Others were quick to suggest that perhaps dishwashers should have clear windows on their doors, like washing machines, but some argued that they would get distracted by watching the entire cycle if this were the case.
Some users complained that despite this clever way of spraying the water, their dishes ultimately still come out of their dishwasher dirty.
Others debated the efficiency of these machines - the cost of water bill, the amount of water used, and the impact on the environment were among the concerns brought up.
This isn't the first time TikTok videos have shown us more about our kitchen appliances.
Just last month @washy_wash revealed a cleaning hack for your oven - removing the glass.
Viewers were shocked to discover that this could be removed and promptly rush to check. Before trying this, however, you should be sure to check the oven's manual as not all have this feature.
You can read more about this here.