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I notice there is an He Chlorox now that is advertised for the low suds washers...is this o.k. for my Asko 11505?

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The He Bleach is sortof a marketing gimic. Its usally just a lower concentration of chorline. Since He washers use significtly less water during any section of the cycle Ie between 4-8 gallons some people can over concentrate bleach into water. As long as use follow the directions on your user manual for bleach and common residential kind is fine. I don't really recommend bleach tbh. Its corrsosive and and concentraion produces fumes which oxidize washers.

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