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    Does anyone know if you can use a laundry liquid in any top loader? I have lost my owners manual :s the liquid say for top and front loaders but I'm just not sure about the machine

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    My mum always uses liquid stuff in her top loader. Just puts it in the measuring cup and dumps the cup in on top of the wash!

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    Sometimes if you uses liquid and pour it directly onto the clothes it can not wash out and leave a mark. A friend of mine puts the wash cycle on, waits did the drum to fill and the adds the liquid. You can definitely use liquid in a top loader though. 😊

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    Thank you just starting to wash baby clothes and the only sensitive soaps I can find are liquid

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    Omo makes a sensitive in powder form if you'd prefer it

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    Also u can call the manufacturer of your washing machine customer service number - I did this with a. Quit query and they answered/assisted straight away
    Or find the manual online using your model number of washing machine

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    Thank you I did try looking up my manual but of course the web page could not be found for my model haha.. Always the way


 

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