Below is an excellent video showing how to get rid of washing machine smell.
You know what I'm talking about right, when you open your washing machine door or lid and get a whiff of something not so great, right?
Generally this smell is coming from bacterial growth or mold and mildew buildup.
This can happen to both a top loading or front loading machine, but is especially a problem with front loaders because of the tight seal on the doors of these machines.
The mold, mildew and bacteria build up for lots of reasons, including that your washing machine can be a warm dark damp place.
If you normally wash a load or two a week using chlorine bleach and/or very hot water you are less likely to have a build up of mildew, mold and smell because these things naturally kill all that smelly stuff.
However, if you accidentally leave clothes in the washing machine for a while, or don't let the washing machine dry out before closing the door completely you can get a smelly washer.
The video below is very informative, and discusses how to clean the three areas of your washing machine which are most likely to get a build up of mold and mildew.
Those three areas are your detergent drawer, your washing machine door seal, and the lint filter.
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