Washing machines are an indispensable part of most households.
You throw in your dirty laundry, add detergent and fabric softener, close the door, and hit the start button. After a waiting period, your clothes come out clean and ready for drying or hanging. But have you ever considered the bacteria that might be lurking in your washing machine?
When you put dirty clothes into the machine, the bacteria on them can potentially survive and contaminate your freshly washed clothes.
If you're someone who uses your washing machine occasionally, there's a simple and cost-effective solution you probably already have in your kitchen.
Instead of disassembling your washing machine for a thorough cleaning, you can use a regular dishwasher tablet without the plastic wrap.
Just place the tablet in the detergent drawer and run a 40-degree cycle. This not only cleans your machine effectively but is also eco-friendly and economical.
Experts recommend repeating this process every three months to keep your washing machine clean and bacteria-free.
So, the next time you think about giving your washing machine some TLC, don't hesitate to use a dishwasher tablet as a straightforward solution.