Washing machines nowadays are stylish, lightweight, and built to last. However, owners should still do their part and perform maintenance tasks every once in a while.
USING WHITE VINEGAR AS A CLEANING AGENT
Using a cupful of white vinegar on an empty wash can also filter out any bad smells or lingering mold spores.
USING THE CORRECT DETERGENT/WASHING POWDER
Washing powder dissolves within a washing machine’s cycle and does not contribute to residue build-up.
BANISHING BAD ODORS
To ensure that your washing machine does not smell after a wash, make sure that you leave the washing machine door slightly ajar.
CLEANING AND MAINTAINING THE DRUM
You can use dishwasher tablets, soda crystals, or denture-cleaning tablets on a 60-degree wash to ensure that all bacteria and mold are flushed out.
UNBLOCKING THE WASHING MACHINE’S FILTER
You need to regularly decant its contents and make sure any fluff and dirt are removed immediately.