FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT WASHING MACHINE CLEANERS
Fill the drum with ½ cup baking soda and quart vinegar and use a washing cycle that contains clean hand towels (many manufacturers do not recommend using a completely empty washer). Use the hot water setting, the maximum load size, and the longest bath cycle.
How to clean it with vinegar and Baking Soda
Make sure the drum is empty.
After that, sprinkle half a cup of baking soda inside the drum.
Next, pour one cup of distilled white vinegar into the washing machine.
Finally, apply the syringe to the hot water set.
Pour out the washing machine.
Select Water Temperature and Cycle Settings.
Fill the Washer with water.
Add Chlorine Bleach.
Launch a Complete Wash Cycle.
Clean Wash Dispenser and Towel Dispensers.
Fill the Washer again with hot water.
Add the distilled White vinegar
In an ideal world you should be cleaning your washing system about once a month. Cleaning your washer should be viewed as more of a preventative measure than as something that you do to fix a problem once it arise.
Acetic acid (not white vinegar) can act as an antiseptic that can kill bacteria and viruses.
To disinfect your laundry, wash your clothes in a hot cycle, and leave everything in the oven for 45 minutes. Wash the whites with bleach, then use peroxide or bleach that is safe in color. Wash your clothes in water at least 140 F to kill any germs or bacteria.
Even if your washing machine is really big, make sure these pills work hard. Our experts at Good Housekeeping Institute’s Home Appliances and Cleaning Products Lab tested A’s Washing Machine Cleaner and found that the washers (and their clothes) smelled good and recycled every time they were used.