Maytag Performa Washing Machine!!
All our clothes are being ruined with continuos fluff sticking to items.Have tried hot wash -no clothes, same problem.
Have tried not using Fabric Softener still no solution.
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if it is a top loader ( type and make not mentioned ) the lint filter is at the bottom of the center section of the tub spindle
just pull that section up and the filter is at the bottom
check for paper left in pockets ( tissues, dockets etc) as paper appears as white fluff on clothes
Clean you 'lint filter' - see your instruction booklet or if you don't have it google your washing machine model and see where the lint filter is and how to clean it. It's usually a small pouch on top on the steel drum that you have to slide out and clean.
Hope this helps.
certain materials give off fluff and some others seem to attract it. you can try putting in similar materials together and avoid mixing turkish bath towels, blankets and jackets and such clothes having fluffy lining with normal clothes. Also try selecting higher water level (overriding the automatic selection) manually. Once when i had fluff on clothes, it turned out to be tissue paper from my child's jeans pockets. After cleaning the filter bag, run the machine empty at maximum water level every week. Hope one of these will help solve your problem.
Sorry for the obvious.....
Fluff on the cloths is from the lint trap not capturing it from the air flow.
Air is passed into the clothes from the laundry room. It is heated and then passed over the clothes... then filtered air is forwarded to the outside exhaust.
If you are seeing lint on your clothes, then the air coming in from your laundry area is not lint free.
1. check the back/bottom of the dryer for lint accumulation.
2. Remove the lint trap and clean out the duct work.
3. Inspect all the flooring and areas around the dryer for dust/lint - and clean any that you find.
I believe that you will then have a clean and dry load.
The proceedure of cleaning described above should be repeated every 6 months or so....