Unsuitable Detergents: Not all detergents are created equal. Using the wrong type can leave soap residue that fosters bacteria growth and odors.
Low-Temperature Washes: Washing below 40°C may save energy but can also leave bacteria and grime behind.
Excessive Detergent Use: Too much detergent leads to residue buildup, which can cause bacterial growth and unpleasant smells.
Infrequent Usage: Not using the washing machine often enough can result in dirt and humidity buildup, which encourages bacteria and odors.
Lack of Maintenance: Regular cleaning is necessary for optimal performance, yet often neglected.
METHOD FOR WASHING MACHINE CLEANLINESS
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