How to clean mildew out of washing machine? It’s toxic, it smells and it needs to be eliminated. Use these ingredients and get rid of it forever!
Do you know a person who loves doing the laundry? Of course not! No one enjoys it and everyone looks for a quicker and easier way to do that.
Furthermore, because we hate doing laundry, we don’t even pay attention to the washing products we use for cleaning. These products are actually extremely toxic and lead to many health problems; skin problems in particular.
There’s actually a really high level of harmful toxins in these products. Over 100 volatile compounds can be found in 6 most common washing products that are not put on the label! Many of these compounds are even carcinogenic!
Additionally, these products also cause development of mildew inside the washing machine. Mildew is also very dangerous, and the fact that you’re washing your clothes in a place where’s mildew, only worsens your health. Then, how to clean mildew out of washing machine without harming your health?
How to clean mildew out of washing machine and have clothes clean of toxins?
How to clean the mildew out of washing machine if not with baking soda and white vinegar? This is the safest, most natural and probably the cheapest way to clean your washing machine and your clothes.
Do your laundry using white vinegar, or hydrogen peroxide and baking soda. These two ingredients will save your health and money.
Additionally, it will turn your white closes whiter and your stains will disappear. Although it might sound weird to use vinegar for washing clothes, actually, vinegar does not leave the stinky smell when mixed up with baking soda.
If you want to wash your colorful clothes, you’ll need to put baking soda and vinegar in the places of you washing machine where your washing products should be.
And, all you need to do to solve many problems (stains, save money, whiten clothes and eliminate mildew), is mix a cup of baking soda with 4 liter of water. Put your white clothes in the mixture and leave them soak. Once they’ve soaked, squeeze them and voila! Your white clothes are whiter and fresher! But, then leave them in the same mixture overnight and in the morning add 1 cup of hydrogen peroxide and wash them. Let the clothes soak for another 30 minutes. Wash them again and your clothes will be stainless and whiter!