How To Spring Clean Your Washing Machine

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Learn how to clean your washing machine with vinegar and baking soda. These are two popular ways of keeping your machine pristine. It is important to do this regularly as it extends the life and performance of your machine. It will also keep those nasty odors at bay.

For the best result for your clothes and super absorbent towels, it’s recommended you learn how to clean your washing machine the correct way. If you find your clothes are looking worse for wear, it’s time for a clean!

How To Maintain Your Washing Machine

via Sears

This Washing Machine Maintenance Infographic from Sears has some excellent tips for a truly deep clean. They suggest using hot water and vinegar or chlorine bleach. You should also use 1/2 a cup of detergent in the middle of the cycle.

This is ideal for your Top Loader. If you are looking for something in the natural category, you can use baking Soda. It is a true miracle cleaner that delivers excellent results time and again. It’s also very inexpensive and you can even make your own at home.

infographic via Fix

For FRONT LOAD washing machines:

  1. Add 2 cups (one full box) of baking soda to the washing machine.
  2. Run the longest and hottest cycle possible.
  3. Add 2 cups of white vinegar (with 5-10 drops of lavender essential oil) to the washing machine.
  4. Run the longest and hottest cycle possible.

For TOP LOAD Washers:

  1. Fill your washer with hot water.
  2. Add 1 quart (32 oz, or 1 liter) of chlorine bleach to the water.
  3. Start the highest, largest capacity cycle, and let it run for 15 minutes.
  4. After 15 minutes, stop the cycle and let the mixture soak for 1 hour.
  5. After 1 hour, restart the cycle and let it finish.
  6. Restart steps 1 to 5 but with 1 quart of white vinegar (32 oz, or 1 liter).

How To Clean Washing Machine With Baking Soda

via Pan The Organizer, Youtube.

Today we are sharing this excellent video tutorial that will show you how to clean your Front Loader using Baking Soda and also your top loader using chlorine bleach.

We have included the recipes and another helpful pinnable chart below for your convenience. Click Play above to watch now ^

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