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Rubber seal got dirty

How can you keep the rubber seal clean all around?

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Clean thoroughly with scouring pad and liquid cleaner, you will not get all the marks off,but as long as you get the worst off, it should be o/k.
To keep it from getting any worse, do a 90oC wash with powder in, but without clothes at least once a month, this will help keep it clean.
The problem is initially caused by doing too many low temp washes, so this is why you need to do a hot boil wash periodically.
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