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Re: whites not white
Are you using HE detergents ..if not you may be reducing detergent to reduce suds this also reduces cleaning ability..if you're using TIDE HE and having oversuds issue change detergents ..tide has been known to suds more than others even though it is he..lastly i know how people hate to use chlorine bleach but you may need to if you are not..yes they are great machines but they do the same thing the old top loads did ..move the clothes through a water /detergent solution just more efficently
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Re: whites not white
Dit you whash any overhauls lately,and when last dit you clean out the filter?
You should have a proper service done on the appliance,That happes even with top loaders, nothing you can do, Just service.
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You might try a cup of white vinegar added to the final rinse cycle...with NO LAUNDRY in the machine. Just turn the dial to rinse. Let the machine fill. Add one cup of white vinegar. Allow the rinse cycle to complete. The vinegar will help to break down mineral buildup that might be causing the grunge.Also, have you changed detergents recently? Could it be the water in your area reacting with a new detergent?
Use an oxygen-based bleach first--if not much better, try a chlorine-based bleach. Hot water works better than cold water. Try using a different detergent as well. Do these things one at a time to find which produces superior results. Hope this helps!
do you use affresh to clean your front loader? deposits of soap and other such things can be stuck around the inside tub of your washer. try this porduct out it works great on all front loaders use hot water with the affresh pellet with no clothes and run the machine through a cycle this also helps with any stagnant water smells also have you cleaned out your pump lately. * note remeber to put the pellet on the inside of the machine not in the soap dispenser
never do a 95 degrees white wash after a dark wash!!
The discolouration comes from the fact that water is never completely drained from the machine, and as such if there is any dye from a previous 'dark wash' you will be unintentionally washing dye into your whites.
Use colour catching or whitening products to reduce/ eleminate this
I too have a front load washer. The problem is that it's not washing off all the soap suds. Try this. After a complete cycle, soak the clean clothes in a container w/ water and you'll see there's still soap suds coming out of the clothes. I tried running it several wash cycles and there was still soap left on the clothes. I think, it's mfg defect. We should all complain to the maker of the machines.
, make surer your using an HE detergent, Liquid better then powder. . they just placed a product on the market in the last few months . AFFRESH tabs, found at major appliance chains, specifically designed for cleaning out theese machines.