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SOURCE: Rust stains and bleach spots.

I'm sorry but the white spots will be due to bleach. It may be that there was undissolved bleach in the washer after the first load. Maybe some of it came out with the whites and lay in wait in the basket.

I doubt the makers would guarantee anything for 7 years, so no free basket or installation is likely. Seems there is a chip in the enamel and dampness / water from the previous wash days before sits there collecting iron as rust particles.

For the time being you could try rinsing the machine out before the first load. That might prevent the rust marks or reduce them.

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SOURCE: Oil stains on whites after washing in our Kenmore Oasis

seals are gone big job!!

Posted on Jun 14, 2008

SOURCE: blue stains on laundry

I was talking toa repairmain about which washer/dryer to get and he mentioned that the Bosch can stain clothing blue. I don't know anything else about why...but I'd contact my Bosch dealer.

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SOURCE: There are bleach stains on the stainless steel handle of the stove

USE OIL W/ VINEGAR OR GAS W/ THINNER THEN CLEAN IT

Posted on May 29, 2009

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SOURCE: clothes come out with stains on them

I had a similar problem with my Kenmore front loader. Turned out that the rubber lining around the door was trapping dirty, soapy water causing a nasty residue to collect. That residue got onto the clothes. I cleaned the rubber liner and now keep the washer door open between uses. I still occasionally wipe down the rubber liner with a wet rag. Problem seems to have been solved.

Posted on Aug 24, 2009

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For an immediate treatment of a bleach stain, try Sodium Thiosulfate (often referred to as photographic fixer, it is an agent that has been used as a way to neutralize bleaching effects of other substances. Blot stain at first with a white cloth that has been dipped in ST until stain begins to disappear of fabric becomes saturated. Rinse with cold water and repeat until desired effect or no more progress has been made.
If you wanna get rid of the stain without using laboratory grade chemicals, use white vinegar. Before this, make sure you rinsed bleach out of fabric, if you don't it will release a toxic chlorine gas.
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For an immediate treatment of a bleach stain, try Sodium Thiosulfate (often referred to as photographic fixer, it is an agent that has been used as a way to neutralize bleaching effects of other substances. Blot stain at first with a white cloth that has been dipped in ST until stain begins to disappear of fabric becomes saturated. Rinse with cold water and repeat until desired effect or no more progress has been made.
If you wanna get rid of the stain without using laboratory grade chemicals, use white vinegar. Before this, make sure you rinsed bleach out of fabric, if you don't it will release a toxic chlorine gas.
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Bleach doesn't stain ! it removes the dye from the fabric.
I would suggest trying to re dye the fabric with a black dye as Jeans material might be more successful .

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I have a Michael Kors watch with a white rubber wristband that has turned dirty and dark in less than a year. I am quite unhappy with how it looks, but very happy with the watch. What to do???


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  1. The easiest thing to try is a regular pencil eraser. It's perfect for removing marks and smudges from rubber and works like a charm! Use white erasers as the pink ones may leave pink smudges.
  2. If a regular pencil eraser doesn't work, try a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser or similar product. Simply moisten the sponge and rub it over the stained area.
  3. If that doesn't do it, grab your safety goggles and move on to the next step.
  4. Mix four parts water with one part bleach in a cup or small bowl. You will need less than ΒΌ cup of the finished solution, so only mix a small amount.
  5. Wearing eye protection, moisten a white cloth with the mixture. Do not use a colored cloth. You will likely transfer color from the cloth to the watch band and make your problem worse.
  6. Carefully dab the bleach against the stain on the watch band. Don't over apply the bleach or leave it for more than a few seconds or you may damage the rubber.
  7. If needed, increase the strength of the solution by adding a bit more bleach. Do this in small increments to expose the rubber watchband to as little bleach as necessary.
  8. Blot and repeat as necessary if you see improvement.
  9. Once the stain is removed, rinse the band well with water to remove all the bleach residue.
  10. If the stain remains, mix the Rit Dye Remover with a small amount of water to make a paste.
  11. Spread the paste onto the stained area and allow it to set for a minute.
  12. Rinse with water and dry with a soft cloth.
  13. Repeat if necessary.
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  • Once you have the band clean, treat it with Armor-All wipes made for vinyl car interiors. This easy tactic will help protect the band from stains and smudging. Repeat every few weeks for maximum effect.
  • Be careful with acetone on rubber watch bands. It can start to break down the rubber and make the band feel "sticky." Once done, this can be difficult to reverse.
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