It randomly looks like it sprays something (more notceable on lighter clothes eg: shirts) I do not use bleach. I take my shirts etc to a dry cleaner because I don't trust my washer or dryer (duet pair) anymore.
I would refer that question under your owners manual for washablity issues and cleaning the duet front loader also go here for tips http://www.whirlpool.com/custserv/index.jsp mean time ill check the service bullitans to see if there are any issues front loaders are pretty dependable if i find any issues ill post them to your reply
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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.
Soak a clean white cloth with vinegar and start blotting stain, keep doing this until fabric won't hold anymore.
I don't think you're going to get bleach stains "out". The bleach has removed the tanning in the leather and it's not coming back. Have you tried polishing them with the same, or similar colored shoe polish like Ki Wi (sp?) shoe polish? if not, maybe a cobbler can tan them with products he has?
If they were all in the same load, something must have fallen into/got mixed with the load, such as ink pen, etc. Full washer with hot water and add cleaning agent such as ammonia or plain detergent to clean the washer cycle.
To clean those shirts, add a 1/4 c of "Simply Green" / The Green Stuff ($ store brand) to temp appropriate water, directly spray on spots and let soak a few minutes, then wash (with or without detergent) and do a double rinse cycle. Naptha or Zote laundry BAR soap are good as "detergent". HTH
Feel the drum inside for any sharp object example a pin that is sticking sideways in a hole or the the drum spot-weld spots that came lose making a high spot.
I did find the same kind of a problem with a Defy front Loader machine. You can also check the gap between the door and the drum lip.
Hope this will solve your problem and save yourself from spending big bucks on new clothes.
did you dry any of this load in the dryer? If you did, the color is set you wont get it out.
If not rewash everything, Except the red t shirt! in the Hottest water the clothing can take. If its whites use a little bleach. you could also use a color safe bleach on colored items. You may want to divide up the load into similar items. Experiment what have you got to loose.
One time we washer a gray sweatshirt with a red sweatshirt, why the gray turned Pink! I dont know we line dried it and washed again, The pink came out.