You get to the end of the washing cycle but your clothes are still sodden wet. They may not even have been properly cleaned. Sound horribly familiar? Then it’s a pretty safe bet your washing machine isn’t spinning as it should.
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There’s no getting away from it, germs are everywhere – from your kitchen surfaces and floors, to your computer’s keyboard at work. Your laundry and washing machine are no different, in fact it has been suggested the average washing machine load can contain as much as 100 million E.Coli bacteria at any given time. [source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2050239/How-washing-machines-familys-health-risk-Low-temperatures-mixed-loads-spreading-dangerous-bugs.html]Read more
A smelly washing machine is a common issue faced by many homeowners throughout the UK. And such an issue is becoming more frequent due to many of us opting to wash at lower temperatures which results in the bacteria not being killed off.
Cleaning your washing machine to remove the dirt and the odours isn’t a difficult task – and below, we explain why your washing machine smells and share our top tips on how to clean a smelly washing machine.
Getting your laundry dry during the summer can often be hard enough, as we can never be certain of prolonged dry / hot periods, during the winter months it can be even more difficult as the windows for hanging it out are even less.Read more
At eSpares we are inundated with customer questions through our social media accounts, as well as our blog and we love to answer these questions as we know our answers help our customers fix their appliances for less.
To celebrate Fix It Week, we’ve randomly picked three customer questions we’ve been asked since the start of the year – along with the answers we’ve provided, in the hope that these questions will help you fix your appliance.
When it comes to your washing machine not spinning, it can occur either during the wash cycle (which is often discussed as the drum not turning) or at the end of the wash – when the appliance doesn’t perform the fast spin cycle.
In this article we cover both issues, providing you with the advice and guidance required to fix it yourself at home, with minimal cost but maximum returns.
A smelly washing machine is a common problem, but it isn’t one which should be ignored. The best way to tackle unpleasant odours, and dirt, within your washing machine is to clean it regularly.
In this post, we explain how to clean a washing machine, in the most effective way to clean your washing machine, without the need for an expensive washing machine cleaner. Instead, when it comes to cleaning your washing machine you will need to focus on the 4 Ds – door, dispenser drawer, drum and door seal – then all that’s left to do is follow the advice below…
A common issue for many households is a smelly washing machine. But, there’s no reason why yours should suffer this fate, especially when keeping it clean and fresh is as easy as following the advice below.
As the weather outside turns grey, wet and miserable, drying your laundry can be a difficult task. To make it easier, many of us turn to our tumble dryers. Yet as with all household appliances, regular use combined with minimal maintenance and cleaning, can lead to faults.
Come rain or shine, the washing machine is an appliance which is continuously put through its paces. Such use can, and very often will, take its toll on the performance and efficiency of the appliance.
Keeping your washing machine working to its full potential doesn’t need to be a difficult task. With a bit of regular maintenance you can keep your washing machine working like new for years to come.Read more