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Smelly Washer Inc. Washing Machine Cleaner, 24 Treatments

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  • Amazing Washing Machine and Dishwasher Cleaner!
  • For HE or regular washers or any dishwasher
  • 24 Treatments, All Natural, odor-free and septic safe
  • Use with laundry to clean the entire tub.
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number B001UJXTI0
Item Weight12 ounces
Product Dimensions2.5 x 2.5 x 5 inches
Item model number212
Size12 oz
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionMoney back guaranteed
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #4,350 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableMarch 4, 2009

Product Description

Product Description

Use monthly to keep your washer, laundry and home smelling fresh and clean

From the Manufacturer

Smelly Washer Cleaner is guaranteed to eliminate bad odor from any front load or top load clothes washer. After cleaning your washing machine Smelly Washer is the only washing machine cleaner available that will also remove mildew odor from towels, fungus smell from clothing and musty odors from your other laundry! Go to our blog page for more information on how to remove washing machine smell and any towel that has a funky, moldy scent and keep it away. Smelly Washer Cleaner is the only all natural washing machine cleaner available. One bottle has 24 treatments compared to 1-3 for competitors. Save money on appliance repair bills by safely and easily cleaning your dirty clothes washer yourself. Remove stinky mildew odor from any front or top loading washer. Just a cap of Smelly Washer in a hot cycle and let your washer clean itself!

Customer Reviews

All I know and care about now it using ERA to keep the smell gone and my clothes clean.
Bradly J. Lewis
Now you can wash your clothes using a cap full a load, washing your problem clothes on hot cycle.
Dime a dozen
After I washed all the rugs I followed the easy directions on the jar and let it sit overnight.

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149 of 157 people found the following review helpful By Bradly J. Lewis on August 9, 2010
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I bought some smelly washer, dubious at first.

I have googled the smell/mildew problem with front loading washers and was sad. I've had skin problems and now found the culprit. I'ld paid a lot for my GE washing machine. I had read the websites full of recommendations. I had already tried vinegar, quart of full strength bleach etc. Vinegar helped cut the smell, but it came right back in my next load of wash. Plus, it was expensive in the quantities I had to use. If this stuff called "Smelly Washer" didn't work, I was going to ditch my washing machine and buy a top loader.

I ran one cap in hot water through the machine. I let it soak overnight. MY GE Front loading washing machine still stank, but was slightly better. Progress! I wiped my finger around the seal, and there was still black slimy gunk, but it looked a little, say, "gellified". Something was going on.

So I ran another cycle of smelly washer. I didn't have time to soak it this time. The washer got cleaner. Oh boy! Light at the end of the tunnel. I was hopeful. There was only some light gellified gunk around the seal, but getting much better. Full instructions for washing (provided by Paul Flynn at Smelly Washer company) are at [...]

After 5 cycles of smelly washer, the smell was much better. And the gunk was now just a thin slime. I ran a load of laundry with Tide HE laundry detergent. My clothes reeked again. AHhhhhhhhhhhhhh! I should have noticed it was the laundry detergent that was the culprit. Ok, so maybe I'm a bit dull in washing machine smell investigation, but I shouldn't have to do this.

I ran another cycle of smelly washer to clean out the washing machine smell. It was better.
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74 of 77 people found the following review helpful By T. Bennett on May 23, 2012
This DID NOT WORK in my machine! But ALAS, I HAVE A FIX! I've had a moldy mildew smell I have been fighting for a few months in my Samsung Front Load washer, and nothing and I mean NOTHING has helped! I've used everything from bleach, borax powder, baking soda, more bleach, this stuff, vinegar, and more bleach. I have scoured the internet trying every tip imaginable & wasted so much money in electrical energy costs trying to eliminate the problem, all to no avail. But in a desperate attempt to diffuse the problem FOR GOOD (before I threw in the towel and trashed the nasty appliance), I got to thinking. We have a pool sitting in our yard with plenty of pool supplies, so I grabbed one of the many hth dual action chlorinating tablets (the #2) that you put in a floater to keep your pool water sanitized and decided to try a chunk of one. You shouldn't allow it to come in contact with your skin, so before I unwrapped it, I threw it onto concrete so that it would break into pieces and I took the largest chunk I could find, threw it directly into the tub of my washer with an old towel to help it stay put & add more water while "washing", then set the washer to SANITIZE (which takes about two hours and runs with the hottest water temps possible), and let it rip. I then ran another cycle on normal wash COLD WATER to rinse out the bleachy contaminants, and removed the leftover tablet piece and towel from the machine. Now, EVERY load thereafter smells SO fresh, just like the day I had the appliance installed! I am beyond happy! Yes, in essence I SHOCKED my front load washer! GOODBYE MILDEW!!! Yes, it's that easy after all. Now why didn't the washer manufacturer's think of that??Read more ›
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52 of 58 people found the following review helpful By ovbr on January 10, 2011
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Combination of Smelly Washer and Charlies Soap our 3 year old front load LG into a much better state then it i was before. Basically our towels smelled and that was annoying. I started to first battle this smell with bleach and vinegar and clorox washing machine cleaner and baking soda... We did a lot of cleaning. Washer would get better but smell would come back within a week. And towels still smelled. Then i found charlies soap on amazon and we tried that. I soaked our overfilled washing machine (perm press setting for 20 min and then powered it down) over night with Charlies Soap and then noticed that tub was covered in moldy flakes. As I drained water from our cleaning tube/pipe (located int he front bottom of our front load LG) I got many many more flakes. After 5-6 cleaning with Charlies Soap i continued to get these moldy flakes (even after an extra rinse). So it was clear that Charlies Soap was working but i guess my machine was in a really bad state. So i got the Smelly Washer. First time i ran/soaked my machine with the smelly washer (2 lid fulls) for about 5 hours. After it was done the tub looked clean (no flakes) and then i drained the water from the cleaning pipe at the bottom of my washing machine. This water had large chunks/cubes of brownish grayish mold. I could not believe how bad my machine was. I also by hand rinsed down the inside of my washer. I used a large water bottle and splashed water against the back side of the washing tub. i got a lot more of these moldy cubes. I did a bunch of these rinses. During one of these rinses i took a picture which i uploaded on amazon. LG SHAME ON YOU FOR MAKING SUCH A BAD PRODUCT!!! As soon as i was done i started another soak and that one lasted for 3 hours. after it was done i drained the water again and this time it was clean.Read more ›
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