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Liquid vs. Powder Detergent (Soap) - Which is better? Article rated 2.7/5.0
Liquid vs. powder soap stirs a lot of debate. The Washer Fan™ team has personally worked on and completely dismantled multiple brands of washers. We have observed that powdered soap can literal...
Which brand of liquid HE detergent works best? Article rated 3.5/5.0
The Washer Fan team has tested many brands of liquid detergents (soaps) and all appear to be similar in cleaning ability. The list included name brands, multi-level marketing brands and green soaps th...
Do I need to use any special cleaners or run any extra cleaning cycles? Article rated 3.1/5.0
As long as you are using the Washer Fan™ as directed and following our Use and Care Instructions (found on our website at WasherFan.com), there is no need to use any special cleaners or run any ...
Why won't off-the-shelf special cleaners eliminate washer odor for more than a few weeks? Article rated 3.1/5.0
There isn't a single washer-specific cleaner or bleach on the market that can eliminate washer odor for more than a few weeks.  Special cleaners, laundry soap, and extra bleach cycles cannot elim...
Liquid detergents: HE vs. regular liquid detergent. Which is better? Article rated 3.1/5.0
The main distinguishing factors of HE soaps are that they are more concentrated, so don't need to use as much detergent.  Also, they are specially formulated so that they do not create the same l...
7 steps that will stop your washer’s odor and mold problem from getting worse Article rated 3.5/5.0
Never use more than 1-2 tablespoons of liquid HE detergent (approximately 1/8th of the laundry cap's full volume) in your HE washer Never use more than 4-6 tablespoons of liquid detergent in a regu...
Why leave the front-load washer's door slightly open? Article rated 3.8/5.0
The Washer Fan Breeze operates at its peak on a front-load washer, when the door is left slightly open as opposed to wide open; however, it is ok to leave your washer door completely open. We recommn...
Where do I put my Washer Fan Breeze when my washer is running? Article rated 3.2/5.0
Washer Fan Breeze, when installed in the washer's door or lid opening with magnets or straps,  needs to be removed from your washer's door or lid opening before running each new load of laun...
How Do I Lower My Laundry Room’s Relative Humidity? Article rated 3.7/5.0
The Washer Fan Team recommends that the relative humidity level in your laundry room or laundry area be maintained below 50% year-round to prevent mold growth in your washer’s internal parts.  If you’...