Helpful Hints for Better Care of Your Home Appliances
The information offered by Pioneer Appliance here is the knowledge we have gained over the 40 years of repairing appliances. These are our recommendations only.
We recommend powdered tide with enzymes because it will clean your clothes, leave no residue, dissipate in cold water, and keep the pump and outer tub mold free. If you see suds cut back to less than ¼ cup. Buy the smallest box of tide, place in sealed container with ¼ measuring cup inside. When powdered soap becomes clumpy it loses its strength. If bleach is needed only use 1 tablespoon of Clorox per load. Whenever possible leave the washer lid or door open for one hour after use.
Lysol removes and kills mold, bleach only bleaches color. Liquid soaps do not dissipate in cold or hot water as well as powders, liquid soaps concentrate in areas such as seals, thus causing mold and other residues. Cascade powder has enzymes, which keeps mold and debris from growing around the seals of the dishwasher as well as not having glass as a cleaning agent.
To clean a dishwasher of foul smells, use dishwasher magic or add 1 cup Clorox during fill mode without dishes in dishwasher and run on longest cycle. Spots on dishes are usually caused from too much soap. Stick on dryer bars are better than sheets or liquid fabric softeners and they keep your laundry room smelling fresh as well as not overusing amounts of fabric softener.
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