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Washing Machine Repair & Tips

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overloaded washer
Fabric softener overuse
mildew and odors

Different Detergents -

Now-a-days most newer washers require "HE" laundry soap. The rule of thumb is DO NOT use more than 2 tablespoons of soap per load. Using more that will result in drain problems with your washer. If you don't use the correct soap, your clothes will not to get properly cleaned, and may cause long-term problems with your washer.

Don’t Overload

Overloading will create major problems with your washer. It can overwork the internal components, and cause the washer to clean ineffectively. Only fill your washer to 3/4 the size of the drum. This will help avoid costly repairs and cleaning problems.

Fabric Softener Overuse

Fabric Softener is very waxy, and can build up fast in the dispenser, on the clothing, or in the bottom of your drum. We suggest using 3/4 the recommended amount of Softener, and then topping off the empty space with water. This will help to prevent build-up.

Mildew and Odors

First of all, don't leave your clothing in your washer. This can cause a mildew smell, and encourage rusting. Whether you have a top-loading washer, or a front-loader, leave the door to the washer open when not in use. This will allow excess moisture to evaporate, which will prevent mildew and stale smells.


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