Originally Posted by duct tape
We used to carry a Maytag until Whirlpool bought them out. The new river dishwashers units just aren't made like the old ones....
The great thing about having a blaster on the trip is that it's fairly easy to get that 180 degree drying cycle that the health department requires.
But seriously, 4 buckets works well as stated above: muck, soapy wash, and rinse before bleach. And seriously, the great thing about having a blaster on the trip is that it's fairly easy to get plenty of hot/warm water for all the tubs allowing you to use less soap to cut the grease and avoid that lingering "greasy spoon" effect.
Of course, if you've got dogs on the trip, you can get by with just rinse and bleach...