It’s time to give your washer a little bit of TLC.
Your washing machine has been hard at work, taking on load after load of dirty clothes. But even a washer needs a little love sometimes, especially with all of the dirt, soil and detergent passing through the machine on a regular basis. Follow our quick tips to give your washing machine a good maintenance scrub down.
Is your washer in bad shape? Sears can help. We have the washer parts you need to help you tackle projects at home, as well as a repair team who will handle your projects — no matter where you bought it. And if the Sears Blue Crew cannot fix your problem, ask your technician about discounts on your washer replacement purchase. For more information, call the Sears Home Services at 1-800-916-7544 or go to our website for washer repair.
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Help Extend the Life of Your Washing Machine
Maintain Your Washer
Time: 1 hour Frequency: 2x a year Difficulty: Easy
Using your washer every week means that many cycles of dirt, detergent, water, and heat pass through the machine – not to mention general wear and tear. Here’s how to give you washing machine a deep clean, to make sure your clothes are getting the treatment they deserve.
1 – First, remove germs and detergent buildup by running an empty load with hot water and 2 cups of chlorine bleach or white vinegar. (see you owner’s manula for recommendations for your washer.)
2 – In the middle of the wash cycle, add ½ cup of detergent. Let the load run the full cycle.
3 – Remove any stains on the washer drum with a soft abrasive cleanser and a sponge.