The missing socks magician show is not the magic show you want to be part of. Since socks are such a small clothing item, they sometimes will end up slipping in between the inner and outer drum of the washing machine during the spin cycle. We can never be certain that your washer ate your socks but this is very likely and definitely worth investigating!
Let’s face it, no one likes doing laundry and there is nothing worse than having a mountain of clothing overflowing your laundry baskets. Our first instinct is to throw all our laundry into one load and it’s easy to do so because everything can squeeze! Many homeowners don’t realize overloading their washing machine can damage it and damaged the efficiency of your washer.
Ever go to switch a load of laundry from the washer to dryer and realize how bad your washer smells?! Don’t worry! Washer mildew and odors is a common complaint among homeowners and sometimes it’s caused by the detergent we use. However, it isn’t hard to get rid of the smell, through a few simple steps and changing your maintenance habits for your washing machine you can have it smelling brand new!
Did you know using too much detergent will leave your clothes dirty? The base components of detergent work in precise concentrations. For example, when those concentrations exceed the level it can cause a laundry disaster.
Pets are cute and cuddly but having pets around can easily become a nightmare when you are dealing with pet hair. Any pet owner will know how difficult it is to completely remove pet hair from your bedding, clothes, furniture, and washing machine.
It’s already hard enough getting rid of your pet’s hair from your clothing but when it’s stuck to your washing machine it can become problematic. When pet hair gets wet, it clumps together and can cause the drain to clog. We stress that it is important to get the pet hair off before throwing them into the wash.Continue reading