How do you get rid of smells in a washing machine?

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In order to get rid of a smell in a washing machine, you may need to run a load of towels with lots of detergent and bleach and use some vinegar to rinse. Only put a few towels in so that there is plenty of water and soap touching all sides of the washing machine to remove odor causing material.
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How to Get Rid of Smell in a Washing Machine
Though it’s one of the last places in our home to expect to get dirty, buildup from detergents can leave soap scum in a washing machine that can cause an unpleasant odor from time to time. This odor can transfer to the clothing, lending an unclean... More »
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