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Get rid of washing machine smells
Here’s an example of the level of gunge that can build up inside a washing machine.
Large deposits of grease, slime and undissolved detergent have built up on the underside of this door seal, which can cause smells. If you were to wash greasy plates in a plastic washing up bowl with the water at 40 degrees you would expect the plates to come clean but when emptying the bowl there is likely to be a greasy film coating it. To break down grease you need higher temperatures. Washing the same plates at 60 degrees or higher I would expect the grease to be dissolved more effectively.
To check if your washing machine is being badly affected, carefully examine the inside of the door seal for slime and grease. Pull the lip back in front of the drum and look underneath and on the lip of the tub. If the door seal is covered in black mould it will probably need replacing.
Get rid of washing machine odours using vinegar
White Vinegar White distilled vinegar has an array of uses. Try putting half a cup of white (distilled) vinegar inside an empty machine and put it on a boil wash. Note that because the first bit of water goes into the sump hose and is sealed off, I recommend that you wait until the washing machine has been filling for about 15 seconds before pouring the vinegar into the soap drawer where water is running in to let it wash down into the machine. I’ve had reports back from people that this does actually work.
What causes washing machine smells?
Causes of grease, slime and black mould inside washing machines
Smells Washing machines now commonly suffer from a build up of a greasy deposit and bacteria which causes bad smells, rots hoses & door seals and blocks the pressure system causing overfilling or spin failure. An even more serious consequence of this problem is that the aluminium based drum spiders can be corroded by the build up of grease and gunge, which can cause one or more of the drum’s arms to break. This is often fatal to the washing machine.
Rotted drum spiderThis problem was virtually unheard of before the 1980s but when detergents started to become more environmentally “friendly” and liquid detergents were invented this issue suddenly appeared. It seems that the problem is worse when a combination of factors are involved, but almost everyone suffering the worst cases of this slimy grease uses 40 degrees washes almost exclusively. This, combined with either poor quality detergents, not using the recommended quantities, or only using colour-friendly detergents or liquid detergent which contain no bleach allowing bacteria to thrive can seriously rot a washing machine inside.
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Recycling your appliances can be an excellent way to reduce your carbon footprint and help protect the environment. It can also be an effective way to save money and time because you don’t have to pay to dispose of old appliances and you can often get money back for recycling them. Here are some tips for recycling your old appliances:
1. Check your local government for available programs that allow you to recycle your old appliances. Many areas have free or subsidized recycling programs for large appliances that can save you money on disposal fees.
2. Contact a local appliance recycler. Many businesses have programs that allow you to drop off old appliances for recycling or even buy them back from you.
3. Donate your appliance to a local charity or second-hand store. This is a great way to help others while also reducing your impact on the environment.
4. Recycle the parts of your appliance that can be reused. Many appliance parts, such as motors and circuit boards, can be refurbished and reused.
5. Finally, make sure you dispose of any hazardous materials, such as refrigerants or oils, safely. Many local government departments have guidelines for doing this.