Question about Whirlpool GEW9250P Electric Dryer
The mildew smell is not from your washer or dryer. When using towels, spread them out to dry comepletely; never let damp towels sit in a clump - either on the floor or in your laundry hamper or basket; never let your bath mat sit on the floor for a long time - hang it over the shower curtain rod immediately after use; and finally, never leave towels (or any clothes, really, but especially towels) sitting in the washer after the wash cycle is complete - start them to dry immediately. To get the mildew smell out of towels or clothing wash with regular detergent and Oxy Clean on the longest wash setting - repeat if necessary (two washes at most should take care of it). Dry immediately.
Posted on Sep 03, 2007
Washers and dryers dont make smells themselves its a problem with something u might be putting in it. if u tend to add alot more detergent then usual to your towels then they never completely rinse the water out and will have a mildew smell
Posted on Mar 21, 2007
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