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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie Pallie View Post
    What about cleaning any mould on the rubber bits inside a front loader. Anyone got any tips for that?
    Yes! I would love to know this! I have a Bosch front loader about 4 years old and the rubber seals are covered in black mould

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie Pallie View Post
    What about cleaning any mould on the rubber bits inside a front loader. Anyone got any tips for that?
    I would also love to know how to clean this too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie Pallie View Post
    What about cleaning any mould on the rubber bits inside a front loader. Anyone got any tips for that?
    I would try diluted bleach & a good scrub. I tend to leave the door open after a wash so the seal dries out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie Pallie View Post
    What about cleaning any mould on the rubber bits inside a front loader. Anyone got any tips for that?
    Yes this! I find if I put in a very full load of sheets etc I get cr@p all over them from the seal!

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    Heres me thinking I was gross!!! But it sounds quite common! 😌

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    Quote Originally Posted by bezzy View Post
    Yes this! I find if I put in a very full load of sheets etc I get cr@p all over them from the seal!
    This happens to me too. So annoying!

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    Happens to me too! I've tried exit mould and just dettol but nothings worked so far

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    White king on a white cloth. Wash until no more mould and then run a drum clean.
    I've needed to do mine for months but df has honestly hidden the white king so I can't use it- he uses it to clean his white walls
    (Yes, I know I should just buy more, but it's also the principle!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie Pallie View Post
    What about cleaning any mould on the rubber bits inside a front loader. Anyone got any tips for that?
    When it comes to mould, things like bleach and exit mould don't kill the mould they just bleach it so you can't see it. You need to use oil of cloves to kill the spores then run a hot wash to wash it off works a treat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeamCarts View Post
    When it comes to mould, things like bleach and exit mould don't kill the mould they just bleach it so you can't see it. You need to use oil of cloves to kill the spores then run a hot wash to wash it off works a treat!
    Where do you buy oil of cloves?


 

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