Afterwards, you have to wash the dishes.
Now, when my DS & I were first diagnosed, the support group we were in encouraged me to get some dedicated cookware...so I bought a set of RED pots & pans. I thought that the glassware & glazed plates/bowls would be ok to share (I have to run a "mixed kitchen").
No one has ever been able to answer this question of mine: will I cross contaminate my cookware by having it washed it in the same dishwater as thing that were glutened?
Also, my stoneware isn't brand new so there are some scratches in it.
So, it's been more than a year since we were diagnosed & son STILL had ttg antibodies at his 1 year check up!
I'm so fed up with this (both him & I getting sick for no discernible reason) that I've gone ahead and purchased dedicated EVERYTHING for my gluten-free cooking. I've purchased everything in RED and have told DD (who does the dishes) NOT to wash our things...I do that separately in a brand new RED basin that I bought specifically for this. We store our things separately, also. I feel like maybe I'm going overboard until I remember the let-down feeling I had when I learned that DS STILL has the antibodies in his system!