You know how it is. Even though you just washed your clothes they still smell. And smell weird. Putting in more detergent doesn't help either. The real crux of the matter is something else: mold and mildew accumulated in the washing machine are the cause. But at least now you know! Yet most people have no clue how to solve this problem. But it's actually very simple and you'll soon have a washing machien that will be like new again. All that in just a few flicks of the wrist.
16 oz. (0.5 liters) of vinegar.
An old toothbrush
First mix the clorox with some warm water - it should be in a 50/50 ratio. Then slap on those rubber gloves and give the inside of the washing chamber a thorough cleaning with the power of the diluted Clorox. Make sure you get behind the rubber sealing! This spot is the real culprit when your washing machine stinks.
Let the towel soak in the compound for 30 minutes.
Then run the machine once at the highest temperature.
But that's not all. To remove calk residue you should make another second empty load on the highest temperature possible - this time with vinegar. It's important that it's the second load and not the first that you add vinegar into the chamber. Clorox and vinegar are a poisionous combination! Pour the vinegar into the detergent dispenser for the main cycle and just run it through again on the highest temperature possible. And that's all folks!