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I want to know what causes the white spots on my colored clothes? It looks patchy on them

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It's probably old power residue this will be washed of from around the drum where you can't see and will be more noticable on darks clothes than whites. Although on whites it can sometimes appear as grey marks. Best solution would be a washer cleaner and then soda chrystals once a month to keep it in tip top condition.

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