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Washing machine smell

Hello. I was recently using an oil based stain to stain my deck. I washed out the brushes and things in our slop sink in the basement. Our washing machine emptys into the slop sink. The sink got clogged with the stain and it must have backed up in to the washing machine. Now all the clothes being washed come out smelling like the stain. I have tried bleach and vinager and niether have worked. Can you please help me!

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  • matt142 May 22, 2008

    The inside of the tub does not have any stain on it. It must be in the piping or something!

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You need to use a steel wool with alot of ajax/comet and start scrubbing the entire inside of the tub.Its not going to wash out any other way.

Posted on May 21, 2008

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    Archie Ferrarini May 22, 2008

    Maybe you have discovered a new method in wood staining.

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