Washing machine cleaner is designed to keep a washing machine running at its best. The cleaner removes soap or detergent buildup that may be in the machine and also helps to remove odors that are present. More »

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Whether you use your washing machine several times daily or a few times per week, it gets dirty after a while. Clean and maintain the appliance that is responsible for keeping your clothes clean with a few simple steps. More »

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To remove odors, dirt and dust from the rubber lining of a washing machine, wipe down the rubber door gasket with hot soapy water or spray mildew cleaner on a cloth and wipe down the lining. A mixture of three parts hot ... More »

Washing machine doors can generally be opened by simply pulling on the handle or lifting the lid in the case of a top-loading washing machine. If the door is stuck closed, however, there is often an underlying problem pr... More »

Washing machine bearings are small metal balls that allow the washing machine tub to rotate. They are located in a round track near the center of the tub. More »

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The two effective homemade washing machine cleaners are vinegar and baking soda. A 1/4 cup of vinegar and 1 quart of water creates a solution strong enough to tackle built-up residue in your washing machine. More »

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The Clorox HE washing machine cleaner contains water, sodium hypochlorite, sodium chloride, cetyl betaine, sodium carbonate, sodium hydroxide, sodium silicate and sodium xylene sulfonate. The ingredients work to disinfec... More »

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