Thanks everyone. I think the issue is with the clothes, not the machine. They smelt before I put them in the wash I've just put them in again on a 60 C wash. Failing that I'm off to buy canesten and tea tree oil...
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01-05-2016 08:38 #11
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01-05-2016 11:28 #13
Not sure about leggings but I know nappies (with the PUL lining) can go up to 60 degrees. I only use 90 degrees for cleaning the machine.
01-05-2016 12:49 #14
Teatree oil in a 60 degree long wash it kills the germs and gives the clothes a nice, clean smell.
01-05-2016 12:56 #15Senior Member
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hot water and dish liquid then hang in the sun, its from sitting in water to long.
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