Follow This Recipe And Say Goodbye To Mildew Smelling High Efficiency Washer Machines Forever!

A unexpected household appliance that randomly stops working can be very annoying and costly. Whether it is due to human error, mechanical failure or even just plain dirtiness, fixing or buying a new appliance is usually not in everyone’s budget. One of the worst cases of this happens when your clothes start to smell like mildew after you take them out of the washer. However, in this situation, there is a very easy way to get rid of all that dirt and grime on your washing machine using only two ingredients! Watch the video and share this tip to save all of your family and friends some time and hassle!

Washing machines can be complicated and often best left to the professionals to fix. But of course, hiring the pros and any replacement parts isn’t always cheap, so sometimes people just end up buying a new machine.

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Now check this out… getting your washing machine in like-new condition, all you need is 16 ounces of white vinegar and some Clorox bleach… WARNING: DO NOT MIX THE TWO INGREDIENTS TOGETHER! Combined, they become highly toxic and poisonous! Use them SEPARATELY…

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Mix the bleach with an equal amount of warm water. Soak a rag with this mixture and then wipe down all the accessible parts, including the area hidden below the rubber seal. If an area is tough to scrub, leave the soaked rag or towel on it for 30 minutes to kill off any mildew. Once you’re finished, run the washing machine (empty) on the hottest cycle available to rinse out the bleach.

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Once that’s completed, add 16 ounces of vinegar to your machine and run it again on the highest temperature possible. And you’re done! It doesn’t get much easier and cheaper than that!