How to Get Rid of Mildew Smell

If you want to know how to get rid of mildew smell in your washing machine, look no further than Smelly Washer Cleaner.

Mold, mildew and fungus thrive in wet, warm environments. But what they really need to survive is a food source. When not maintained properly, your washing machine can offer both these necessities.

When washing, the dirt and grime from clothing needs to go somewhere. Soiled water contains plenty of residue-causing agents that can splash above the waterline during a very full load. Because they can’t be washed away during the rinse cycle, these particles become a viable food source for mold spores.

The same can happen if you use too much detergent. An abundance of suds can also become trapped behind the tub or under the agitator.

Bleach is often used to kill these odor-causing culprits, but only if it can reach the residue. Because bleach can be harmful to clothing, it often needs to be added carefully to a load of whites. Without the added bulk of clothing, the bleach isn’t splashed to the areas above the waterline, and therefore isn’t resolving the issue.

Stop Smell at the Source – Your Smelly Washer!

The best way we know how to get rid of mildew smell in your washing machine is to add a cap of Smelly Washer Cleaner. Run it on an empty load during your washer’s cleaning cycle. If odors persist, you can add a half teaspoon of the cleaner to a full load of laundry. The all-natural tablets are gentle on clothes but hard on grime. The added bulk of laundry will splash the solution to the hard-to-reach areas where mildew is lurking. Dilute the solution in a spray bottle of warm water and spray the cleaner under the lid, behind the tub and under the door gasket to get your washer cleaner than ever.

Now that you know how to get rid of mildew smell in your washing machine, order a bottle of Smelly Washer Cleaner today and bring freshness back to your laundry!

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