Stinky Clothes? Smelly Dishes?

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Mold, mildew and bacteria love to have a dark, moist place, and a washing machine is the perfect spot for them to thrive.  If left untreated, that can leave your washing machine smelling less than fresh.  


Luckily I was able to review all natural Smelly Washer Cleaner!  Smelly Washer Cleaner helps you to safely remove the odor-causing residue that grows on from deep inside your washer. This product can be used in all top and front load, HE and non-HE washers! Smelly Washer Cleaner is used by adding a level cap (1 tbsp.) to a hot setting and allowing the cycle to complete.  Most users find this will remove mildew odor from any top or front loading washer. Worse cases will need more than 1 cleaning and even soaking to remove the odor-causing buildup


The product sounded really cool, so I was excited to review it, but since I didn’t think my washer smelled, I wasn’t sure if I would be able to tell if it was really cleaning our washer or not.  The first time I actually used Smelly Washer, I actually used it on the dishwasher. Our dishes weren’t coming out clean and everything started to smell. I figured hey, if Smelly Washer could clean a washing machine, it could probably clean a dishwasher.  We put about 1/2 a tablespoon in the detergent dispenser and ran it on the hottest longest setting.  I can honestly say I was amazed at how clean the inside of the dishwasher looked when  I opened it.  Our dishes come out a lot cleaner and smell a whole lot better since using Smelly Washer! 


Right around Christmas I started noticing that when I was drying myself off after a shower, that the towels smelled terrible! I started adding a scent booster to my loads again to make them smell better and didn’t think much of it. This past Thursday I was getting dressed for work and as I was pulling on a pair of Jeans I noticed they STUNK. They had just been washed so I knew they were “clean”.  I threw them in the laundry bin thinking maybe they sat too long in the washer before moving to the dryer.  I found a different pair of jeans to wear and continued on my way.  


Saturday I got ready and noticed the smell AGAIN.  Tony kept thinking it was my feet but I kept insisting it was not.  We were in the car dropping his daughter off and I finally made him smell my Jeans. He dry heaved a little.  He then insisted on opening the windows when it was in the 30’s to get some fresh air. He finally believed me it wasn’t my feet.  I asked him If maybe there was a load he let sit too long before putting in the dryer and he said, no, but he usually washes everything twice because it smells so bad – and since he is a guy, he never thought to add any scent booster to the load. 


Then it dawned on me. *Smacks hand on forhead* DUH! Its the washing machine itself that stinks!  Sure scent makes clothes smell good, but it is really just covering up any odor being caused by the washing machine!  So today I ran the Smelly Washer through our washing machine and then ran a regular load without any scent boosters.  I got a little nutso and smelled every single thing as I was folding / hanging it to make sure it didn’t smell.  I am happy to report that I can safely say, it was our dirty washing machine causing the problem odor, and Smelly Washer eliminated that problem.



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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.



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