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Blue stains on laundry

My washing comes out with blue staining on some of the garments. It can be bleached out on white items but this cannot be solved on cloureds.

I am using a Bosch Exxcel 1600 Express front loader

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I was talking toa repairmain about which washer/dryer to get and he mentioned that the Bosch can stain clothing blue. I don't know anything else about why...but I'd contact my Bosch dealer.

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