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How To Clean Your Washing Machine Regularly With Baking Soda To Prevent Faults And Damages

Washing machine maintenance is so important. They’re not the cheapest of appliances to buy so you definitely want to preserve it for as long as possible, and keep it ticking along nicely. Many people don’t even realise you have to clean the washing machine, assuming it’s always clean given that its whole job is to wash. But mould, mildew and dirt can build up in places of your washer you may not have even known about, so it’s essential to try and do this quite often if you want to keep it in good shape. Luckily, baking soda makes the job easy, quick and cheap.

 In this article, according to WebMD, we’ll be discussing how to use baking soda to clean your washing machine.

Gather Your Cleaning Supplies

You’ll need:

(a) Distilled white vinegar.

(b) Baking soda.

(c) Microfiber cloth.

(d) Sponge.

To Clean the Washing Machine

(a) Set your washing machine on the hot water cycle at the largest load setting, then add 2-4 cups of white vinegar.

(b) Allow the machine to run for about a minute, then add 1/2 cup of baking soda. Let the machine run for another minute, then stop the cycle and allow the water to sit in the machine for 30 to 60 minutes. Then let it out.

(c) Make a paste of baking soda and water and use it to wash the inside of your machine. Apply the paste to a cloth or sponge and scrub the inside surfaces of the machine; rinse when finished. The next time bubble gum or candy canes accidentally get loose in the washer, use baking soda and a plastic tool to gently scrub the stuck-on surprises off the machine. The same paste can be used to gently scrub stains off the enameled outside surfaces of a washing machine or dryer.

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