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Affresh Washer Cleaning Kit contains 3 Power Puck tablets and 4 Grit Grabber cloths. The tablets remove and prevents odor-causing residue that can occur in all brands of HE washers. Affresh cleaner is a formulated, slow-dissolve, foaming tablet that gets under residue, breaks it up, and washes it away leaving the washer smelling fresh and clean. Simply place one tablet in the wash basket (without clothes) and run a Normal Cycle (hot option) or Clean Washer Cycle. The Grit Grabber remoistened cloths have been formulated to penetrate, dissolve and remove odor-causing residue from the rubber door seal. Now consumers can clean where they can't reach with the Power Puck tablets and where they can with the Grit Grabber cloth. Affresh brand is safe on septic tanks, and safe for all washer components.
Very useful and effective. I use them regularly to maintain our HE washer. Highly recommended.Published 8 months ago by Bernard P. Carman, SAC
It makes your washer smell good for about two hours, but does not solve or remove the underlying issue causing odor.Published 20 months ago by Jellyfish
We have a front end loading washing machine. The combination dissolving cleaning disc and Grit-Grabber wipes do a great job, cleaning and keeping mold at bay around the rubber seal... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Wayne G.
Dosen work well dose not older take oder away not wort the price.simple doing cycle with Clorox wors much better then itPublished 22 months ago by John M. Esposito
Have always used it and will continue to use it. I use it every month as recommended and have had no problems with my washer with residue or smellPublished on June 28, 2013 by sue_mclaughlin
This is a good product, the best part is the amount you get as opposed to the usual little three pack.The price is fair.Published on March 30, 2013 by Cynthia M. Pascale
These have been instrumental in keeping our washer clean. They are very simple, you just put the tablet in an empty washer and wash. Read morePublished on February 15, 2013 by David Methvin