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www.drkarenslee.com/front-loading-washer-maintenance

I so love the “look” of the front loading washers, but never, ever, do I want to be spending as much time, cleaning a new washer, as you all have to do. I have done the washing at my daughter’ place (she has a front loading) and I find it takes longer for each wash, and the machines smell, unless you clean, etc, etc, like you mention in ...

www.whirlpool.com/blog/washers-and-dryers/clean-washing-machine.html

On top and front load washers, open the washer door or lid and wipe down the inside glass or metal with machine cleaning wipes. On front load washers, use the textured side of the wipe to clean the inside and outside of the rubber door seal. You can also clean with a damp cloth.

www.treehugger.com/tips-maintaining-front-load-washing-machines-4858465

Clean out the washer door's rubber seal thoroughly with a half-half solution of water and vinegar regularly. Use Q-Tips for hard-to-clean areas. Use Q-Tips for hard-to-clean areas.

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homeguides.sfgate.com/sanitize-front-load-washer-25309.html

How to Sanitize a Front Load Washer. Special high-efficiency detergents and bleaches for front-loading washers are becoming more commonplace. Manufacturers encourage owners to use a special ...

www.hunker.com/13410103/how-to-totally-remove-mold-and-mildew-in-any-front...

Front loading washing machines are almost as well known for the mold that settles on the front seal as they are for their energy efficiency and gentle treatment of their loads. Once mold settles on the seal, it’s tough but not impossible to remove.

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Cleaning a Washing Machine Fill the empty washer with hot water, as if you’re doing a large load of laundry. Add the quart of bleach, and let the full machine run for one minute to mix up the bleach with the water.

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You should clean and sanitize the inside of your washer every few months. This will help to keep excess detergent and grime from building up on the inside of your washer. Front-loading washers tend to allow dirt and grime to build up easier than traditional top-loading washers because they use less water and their design allows it to happen.

homeguides.sfgate.com/clean-mold-off-rubber-seal-front-load-washer-26981.html

How to Clean Mold Off The Rubber Seal on A Front Load Washer. Though you just spent a mint on your new front-load washing machine, you can experience mold problems -- even with a new machine. The ...

www.consumerreports.org/front-load-washers/5-things-to-know-about-front-load...

Front-load washers adjust the amount of water to the size of the load you’re washing. They clean by lifting clothes up as the drum turns, then dropping the clothes into the water.