How to Clean your Washing Machine


Hi there Somewhat Simple readers!  I am so excited to be here with you today.  I am Anna of Ask Anna, I’m a new contributor to Somewhat Simple, and I’m excited to start sharing cleaning and organizing tips with you ever month.  Today, I’m going to share one of my most popular posts, and one of Stephanie’s favorites: How to Clean your Washing Machine.  So here we go…


When I first wrote this post back in February my washing machine was in desperate need of a good cleaning, just look at that picture ^^^ (ewww!)


Fill the washing machine up and pour in 2 cups of white vinegar.

Let it set for 1 hour, then start the washing machine over again and let it run through a complete cycle.

When the machine drains if it still has grime on it, use a sponge and some straight white vinegar and scrub it down really well.


(Look at how much better that is!)

Fill washing machine up again and pour in 2 cups of bleach.  Let it soak for 1 hour.


Meanwhile, use Q-Tips to detail all the nooks and crannies.  My washer hadn’t been cleaned since my dad bought it 15+ years ago so it needed a good detailing!  Don’t forget to clean the knobs and the lid too.

Restart the washing machine and let it run through a complete cycle.

Once the cycle has finished you are done; your washing machine will be clean and shiny!


If you have a front-loading machine, don’t worry, you can use these same steps to clean your washing machine but with a few modifications:

  • Instead of putting the vinegar and bleach (at separate times!) directly in the tub and then letting them soak for an hour, you will put each ingredient {at the appropriate step} in the detergent dispenser and run the machine through a complete cycle.


I think the pictures speak for themselves, isn’t the transformation amazing!?  I definitely won’t be waiting another 15+ years to do this again.  I recommend cleaning your washing machine at least once a year, it’s a great task to add to your Spring Cleaning list!

*This post needs some clarification as there are TONS of comments about the dangers of mixing vinegar and bleach. Yes, mixing the two of these causes toxic fumes, but read this tutorial again and see that you are not mixing these two liquids together. Vinegar is used in one step and a washing cycle is run and then beach is used in the next step. No lungs will be harmed in this process! :)

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  1. I have alot of red dirt around our area. We have a well, so the red color from the clay comes through our pipes in the water. The showers, totlets, washer, and sinks. So far to clean up I use LimeAway Shower, it’s the only thing that I have found to really clean. Any suggestions, I hate not having White Clothes, they have a brownish tint to them. Thank you

    • MCorcos says:

      Have you tried borax? I buy it at walmart or whole foods.

    • Hi… I don’t known if this will work for you, but I did a comparison cleaning day and divided my white laundry into four loads and used four different methods. They all came out clean, but one batch stood out in how much brighter white it was than the rest… I used a half a cup of oxyclean and a cup of vinegar in addition to my usual laundry soap.

      Good luck!

      • Hi… I don’t known if this will work for you, but I did a comparison cleaning day and divided my white laundry into four loads and used four different methods. They all came out clean, but one batch stood out in how much brighter white it was than the rest… I used a half a cup of oxyclean and a cup of vinegar in addition to my usual laundry soap. (Make that pure white vinegar.)

        Good luck!

    • Tang gets spaghetti sauce out of dishwashers, might work for a washing machine too.

    • I use a product called bar keepers friend it is a substance like comet cleaner but follow directions and it will whiten all whites and colors too. I also see no need in using vinegar if you use bleach in the washer to clean. Bleach will do it all.

    • I have the same problem. I went to Lowes and bought a whole house water filter for about $100 bucks. I had a plumber install it and I change the filter about once every 1 to 2 months. Clay in water problem solved!

    • Al Contarino, NY says:

      I have the best trick for that! Purchase a ‘whole house’ water filter. If you or your spouse have any knowledge with plumbing, it’s very easy to set it up yourself. I even purchased a stainless steel filter for the hot water. Even though all the water is filtered first by the Whole House filter, the water that is directed to the hot water system will collect rust and what-not from the hater. So, with this filter attached after the the water is heated to the hot water line you will be amazed at the cleanliness of your water. Do this and then fill your tub or Jacuzzi. The water will look beautiful with a shade of light blue. That’s the true color of water!
      The next thing you may want to do is get a Reverse Osmosis Filter for your drinking water and coffee pot and for cooking soups or vegetables. Now, we are talking about a Healthy Family with clean clothes!

    • Brigitte says:

      Have you tried “Iron Out”? When we were on well water, whites would come out terribly dingy, but using Iron Out took care of those icky whites and other light clothes.

      • When I had well water that left my whites dingy I used iron out( found in the plumbing section at Wal Mart) Has a slightly unpleasant odor and you need to be careful not to breath in while adding it but the odor is gone after washing and your whites look amazing!!

        • Mary Beth says:

          Sorry but if it is too dangerous to breathe…I sure dont want it on my clothes! I’ll stick to Vinegar, much safer than bleach too.

    • Stanley makes a product that takes the red from iron out of your laundry…I would wonder if there is one for the clay as well.

    • Try iron out. My son plays baseball and when he gets his white pants covered in red clay, iron out works good to clean them.

    • Ray Gibb says:

      Margie Limeaway is a good product, but CLR does an even better job.

    • Lowes sells a product called Goof Off. It took the rust from my sprinklers off my house. It would prob work in doors, but read carefully. It’s pretty strong smelling. It is very reasonably priced, about $7 or $8 for a galloln.

  2. Hi, I love your website and it has some great tips on here! I just wanted to add a link on here because I am concerned about the bleach and vinegar being used so close together.
    Please don’t use bleach and vinegar together! It is very toxic.

    • Instead of bleach, try using two cups of hydrogen peroxide or powdered oxygen bleach. Much safer for the environment and you! Plus it can be used with vinegar without the toxic side effects. I do this about once every four months and it works great.

      • I would NOT use bleach If you have well water with either iron or lime in it, using bleach will actually cause your whites to look a grayish/red dingy looking. I am with one poster who said to use Borax, yes Walmart still sells it, and I would definably use TIDE without the bleach, see bleach leaves a residue when it is used by different waters, my friend has a well water, the water is actually quite good, but when she washes her towels or clothes, she lets them sit for a while in fabric softner, I am not so sure why but when they get dried the tend to have this mildew smell, and she only lets it sit for about ten minutes, I would definably use vinegar and not bleach, try the borax and I have this problem thinking, that if your water comes out red, how do you drink it, do you have a busted water line somewhere, I would try to use the most inexpensive method first, and no hard chemicals at all, I am not into getting my clothes clean using strong dangerous cleaners, but I do know this much, do not use normal house hold bleach it will make your whites take on a grayish look to them, and especially if you use under arm deodorant trust me, that will show up in no time cause of the zinc in it I think

        • update::: I was just thinking that if you can use CLR on other things like coffee pots, shower heads, why not use it in your wash on the white, colors and dark, it would work just as good as any other cleaner if NOT better, I would definably give it a try, what do you have to lose

  3. Will bleach do the work? instead of using vinigar…

    • Bleach works as a broad spectrum disinfectant only (and only at the correct dilution). Hard water build up is calcium carbonate (Limescale) which is dissolved by acidic substances such as vinegar or lemon juice. Be careful never to use bleach on aluminum / certain plastics / veneers as it can seriously damage them. Vinegar / lemon juice is much more environmentally friendly and once rinsed does not leave a nasty taste in the mouth either! ~ AON on the Yahoo Answer Page

      I think this is the best answer…

  4. When you fill up the machine, should you use cold or hot water? Thanks!!

    • Lisa White says:

      On other sites they have said to use HOT water. I am about to do this and am using hot water and my HEAVY DUTY cycle.

      • I think it would really be best to use cold water, or warm, Not so sure about hot cause sometimes using HOT will set in stains, just be careful and do what you think is the best, if you need to I would look at what all you can do on the internet, but really HOT water usually sets a stain then it would remove it, so be let it known I told you this

  5. ddavidfraser says:

    simple… pour One bottle of Toilet Bowl cleaner into machine , fill with water, run WASH cycle for 5 minutes, then switch OFF for One to Two hours to soak, then restart WASH cycle and run till completion…..Your done, and Your machine is CLEAN :)

    • Lisa White says:

      This sounds like a great and easy idea, but I looked it up to see if I could find any other info, good or bad, on this and I couldn’t find a thing. I would love to try it, but I just worry about if there is anything in there that would damage anything (pipes, machine, hoses, etc.) Would be great if I could get this done in one step rather than taking hours like this program does. Can you give anymore info on it? How many times have you done it? No problems with machine/ hoses since you have? How did you come about this solution? Would love to know more. Thank you.

      • Toilet bowl cleaner is meant for vitreous enamel and can harm other surfaces. I know from sad experience.

    • Manasi Ayachit says:

      Is this safe for steel tub machines?

      • Lime away, and CLR would be just as good a solution then toilet bowl cleaner, that could damage plastic parts and kind will start to pit them and make them like crumbly soft teeth, Hope that helps out some

  6. I also learned to take the lint filter from the dryer, using a toothbrush or scrub brush with a tad of detergent to scrub off the film that lint filters, bounce, etc. leave on it. Takes less time per drying cycle now!

    • if you have the long brush that gets down and dirty inside of the lint hole, take a fabric softner sheet and rug it all over your brush, it will act as a magnet and suck out most of the ling, if you lint filter needs to be cleaned, use a used old toothbrush and use water and vinegar, let air dry and your good to go.

  7. What if you have a front loader washer?

  8. Thanks for the post, unfortunately the people that have a front loading washing machine need to use other methods to clean effectively. found that the below mold removal methods have worked for my front loader, I hope it helps all of you too.

    Fill a dishpan with one liter of hot water, 1/2 cup baking soda and 1/2 cup vinegar. Remove any parts that are meant to come off like the detergent drawer or fabric softener dispenser. Soak them in the dishpan for 10 minutes before scrubbing them and rinsing them under a stream of cold water.

    Mix another batch of cleanser in the dishpan with one liter of hot water, 1/2 cup baking soda and 1/2 cup vinegar. Dip a scrub brush in the solution and use it to scrub the area in around the fabric softener and detergent dispensers. Scrub the entire interior of the washing machine and door.

    Fill a spray bottle with the cleansing solution and use it to spray hard to reach areas of the washing machine. Let the cleanser sit on the washing machine before rinsing it off with a second spray bottle of clean water.

    Put undiluted bleach in a empty spray bottle and use that to spray any areas that still aren’t mold free, or clean. Allow the bleach to sit for a few minutes before scrubbing it and rinsing it away with water.

    Put the detergent drawer and fabric softener dispenser back together. Pour two cups of bleach into the basin of the washing machine. Set your washer to the highest heat setting and longest wash cycle. Allow it to run through to complete the cleaning process

    • I take out the detergent tray after every wash session and let it dry completely. I use q-tips to make sure the inside where the tray inserts is clean. I suppose you could use vinegar on the qtip. All of the detergent trays I have seen come apart which makes it easier to clean.

      I also insert a wash cloth at the bottom of the rubber seal to absorb the excess water (I inherited this machine in our new house and miss my Duet!). I never close the door to the machine. Don’t spend a lot on the front loader cleaners! They are basically bleach and you can run bleach through a cycle without clothes. Using the washcloth has made running bleach through a rare need. Keep the door glass/plastic clean.

      I use baking soda (non-edible huge size at Costco) in every load and it helps with odor and brightness. I never use dryer sheets! The blue dryer balls really do work! If I feel the load needs a real softener, I use a little liquid softener in the wash. A little goes a long way. I used to be a dryer sheet addict. Glad I broke that habit!

      Thanks for all of the great advice!

  9. This did absolutely nothing for my machine. Still looks like your before pics.

    • I am having this same problem, after the soak it still looked like the before so i tried the next step of scrubbing with a sponge and Iv destroyed my sponge trying to scrub it off, I am using straight white vinegar.

  10. Sharon Hemminger says:

    Great ideas ! We have a septic tank so can’t use bleach as it destroys the good bacteria – I use vinegar and elbow grease. Also service tech showed me how to clean the lint screen using an sos pad to remove crusties from fabric softeners (which I don’t use anymore –there are Natura clothes that you leave in the dryer and they don’t have heavy fragrances and are reusable) be sure to support the lint cleaner if it is curved like mine. Hope this helps !

    • i would like to know where is the lint filter on a machine that does not have one that is visible?

  11. Today, I went to the beach with my children. I found a sea shell and gave
    it to my 4 year old daughter and said “You can hear the ocean if you put this to your ear.” She placed the shell to her ear
    and screamed. There was a hermit crab inside and it pinched her ear.
    She never wants to go back! LoL I know this is entirely off topic but
    I had to tell someone!

    • If you take two tablespoons of white vinegar mix it in a cup of hot water, then pour it into the seashell and let it soak for five minutes, then rinse the vinegar hot water solution off with bleach, that should eliminate your hermit crab problem.

    • LOL!!! We are currently on vacation at a beach and this totally made my day. Thanks! (Give your daughter a hug for me) :)

    • [email protected] says:

      True story? Tell it again, please!

  12. This method also works for the dishwasher. I put 1 cup of vinegar in my Pyrex measuring cup and run a cycle then run another cycle with 1 cup bleach.

  13. Hi, living in a foreign country where i don’t understand the language is hard – i bought bathroom cleaner thinking it was bleach. I realised when I poured this into my washing machine to clean it. Will this wreck the machine?

  14. Hi i am wondering if you know how to clean front load washer?

    • If you have a fairly new front loader, like mine it has a door on the left bottom so you can clean out the tub gunk and hairs that get clogged in the tub, but there are chemicals that are made just for front load washers to put thur a cycle to wash out the gunk that builds up on the inside, I myself I just use bleach water, and then rinse it with a bottle of vinegar, a regular bottle, not a jug ,it smells better and looks fabulous on the inside, plus it won’t have that puke smell when you open it up

  15. great and easy ideas. Very simple to follow. Thanks for sharing it.

  16. Manasi Ayachit says:

    my machine tub is steel tub. do u advise the same method for steel tubs? i hope it won’t harm my machine?


  18. You need to see this cool reusable lint cleaner! Just take 10 seconds now to see it live at

  19. Annette Myers says:

    Use Shout to remove build-up on the washer’s agitator.

  20. Annette Myers says:

    Use Shout to clean the build-up on the washer’s agitator.

  21. The blog a perfect guide for me as i recently bought a front loading fully automatic washing machine, but i still have a doubt that if i use vinegar and bleach together will it have a negative effect of my machine and should i wash the complete machine once again even after i have cleaned it for the first time after the vinegar and bleach part, s i just want that no bleach should be left otherwise it might affect my cloths, what do you think???

  22. Thanks such a very nice tips sharing of cleaning and organizing of washing machine.Its very informative and simple.

  23. One important addition to this- after you fill your washer each time ADD MORE WATER for the soak time. I add another gallon from the tap. The outer tub gets splashed above the water line and needs to be soaked as well.

  24. Karol Mobley says:

    I use about a 1/4 cup of white vinegar each time I do a load of wash. Simply put it in the softener dispenser AFTER you put in your liquid softener. Don’t use liquid softener? That’s okay, just put in the vinegar. Really keeps your machine clean and all the parts running smoothly. I do wipe down the inside, lid and all, regularly. Works great!! My mom got this tip from a washer repairman a long time ago.

  25. Auntienet says:

    What will dissolve liquid fabric softener buildup? My machine has the fabric softener receptacle in the center of the agitator. One time I was taking out a blanket and the top came off and I discovered there was a thick waxy build up inside the agitator from the Fabric Softener… it’s really disgusting and I didn’t realize that the Fabric Softener was doing this… for years! The only way I have found to clean it out is to remove the top and run a cloth down the sides and scrape it out… Now I do this every few months so the build up doesn’t get too thick…
    Any suggestions on alternatives?

    • if you have a top loader, did you all know you can unscrew the top off and pull out the agitator and use a sponge and mean green to clean all all those years of liquid fabric softner, I use to take mine out all the time, and if you get your husband to get the right type of grease for the shaft then you have it made, but let the oil or lubraicunt must be just for the washer shaft, but you you can take it out and wipe it down with mean green, takes years of gunk off in no time, I use to do this to my top loader, but now I am a major fan of front loaders, have had one for over ten years now, I do not go out of my way to buy all this and that to keep it smelling and cleaned , I usually put it thur a normal load with the detergent and bleach I put right inside of the drum of the washer and let it go on the longest setting of wash cycle I have, and I do use hot water, my set now has a wash out down on the left bottom, the LG I bought I just love it , I love my front loader and I clean out the hairs that get caught in the line and drain the excess water from the hose that is with the option on the bottom left, the newer front loaders come with a clean out section I clean it out every month as it says to, I am a neat freak on my washer and dryer anyway, I keep them spotless I can not deal with built up gunk on the inside or the outside I do not even mess with where you put the detergent in at, I just put it all in the drum of the washer unless it is fabric softner which I barely use seeing I like the sheets better

  26. Beth S. says:

    Any suggestions for front loaders?

  27. Rachael Lattimer says:

    Will this eliminate the odors as well!! Mine smells it’s a whirlpool top loader. And I can’t seem to find a lint tray. Don’t all washers have a lint tray?

    • most older models do have a lint try but you would have to take it apart, just put it thur a wash with out anything but cleaner and bleach into it, put it on the hottest and longest setting you have, other then that I think it is on the bottom and I am not sure how you would get the hair and all that built up inside of the inside unless you might use drain cleaner, but I don’t think that is warrant to do that

  28. June Hubbard Nuisker says:

    wondering how to get ball point ink marks out of a dryer?

  29. With my Front loader I try to do at least two cleanings 2 X’s a yr. I just add bleach in on of those top compartments. which will be going for your cleaning and sterilizing part. Also add white vinegar where the softener usually goes. This will dispense at the appropriate time. Your machine will sparkle and then no chance of mildew smell!!. Also you front loader owners., be sure to keep the front door open to let it air out. And on the left hand side very bottom of your machine, use the hose and a small basin to empty the nasty build up of old water to empty it once in a while!

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  31. Pamela Hunt says:

    Do we use cold, warm, or hot water when running each part of this process?

  32. does it matter if the step 1 if its hot or cold water? also with the bleach does it matter if its hot or cold water?

    • Yes, put it on the hottest setting you have, hot helps soften up the gunk and other stuff, so it can easily be washed away, so if you have a hot setting during wash and a hot seeing during rinse use it, if not wash it twice in really hot water,

  33. I have a front loader (the most common sort of machine I’m UK) and I periodically remove the soap drawer and put it through the dishwasher, scrubbing and stubborn bits off after with a dish brush (the sort you use for washing up). Can’t wait to try this vinegar then bleach trick (yes. I know 1 cycle, 2 product, don’t mix them!) as my machine currently has that mildewy smell so any tumble dried items come out whiffy. (It’s a washer drier) Thanks for the info.

  34. Marie Howard says:

    Our machine manufacturer told me to use I cup of dishwasher powder & put the machine through a hot was. It works like a miracle

  35. EVEN EASIER: Pick up a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser, scrub down the insides of the machine, then fill a large load with hot water and one cup of bleach. Squeaky clean! My husband and I are both military aircraft mechanics, and our dirty coveralls loaded with grease, fuel, and hydraulic fluid do quite a number on our poor washer.

  36. Elizabeth says:

    Water and straight bleach make hydrochorlic acid. Bleach needs soap/detergent to balance the pH since soap is a base. I’d be afraid to leave the acid in my washer and pipes that long without a base to balance the acidic mixture.

    I used to manage a swimming pool on the summers so the unbalanced acid when we scrubbed things down in the spring ate through a lot of clothing. Yikes!

  37. Im using it always for clean lot of things.. it’s great

  38. This is truly a great tip for cleaning washing machines. Do you know if this will work on a HE machine?

    Diane Roark

  39. What are the appropriate times to use vinegar and bleach for a front-load machine? Are they used within one complete cycle? Pls advise.

  40. I do a vinegar rinse when I wash towels (I don’t measure but it could be 2 cups??) (I LOVE LOVE to do this because it makes the towels so soft without gunky fabric softener that makes them less absorbant)

    It also simplifies the cleaning the tub part of the machine (do this on a regular basis, maybe no need for scrubbing the agitater ever)
    I don’t like using bleach but I use oxyclean in almost every load.. :)

  41. Just did this and it didn’t work at all for me. Such a bummer. I think it’s because that gunk line is above the water line so the bleach and vinegar never reached it.

  42. JeanELane says:

    Your instructions for front loaders does not work. My tub is stainless steel so does not keep any grime. Every other place with grime needs “hand detailing”. Even under the gasket. And the gasket is about the only place grime collects. What a pain!

  43. I have stain marks on my rug that just keep coming back. I used everything…. rug shampooer n the spot cleaners.

  44. I am allergic to fabric softeners and use white vinegar in my laundry instead of softener. I use a 1/2 cup in the dispenser. I have never had a service call on my 24 year old washing machine.

  45. I live in the country and our water has a little rust in it, I use toilet bowl cleaner “Sno Bowl”. found at the dollar stores for 1.85 to clean the toilets and shower surround and shower heads, also the sinks and have used it to clean the washer, only thing I don’t use it on is faucets it will leave a dark mark on them, best and cheapest t take off rust

  46. I also use on my front loading washing machine Lysol Disinfecting Wipes. They hold up to the cleaning and then you just throw them away. The front seals on the washer, both the easy to get at one and the back one right against the tub collect a lot of dirt and if not cleaned will give off an unpleasant odor. The vinegar THEN bleach cycles are a good idea, but don’t really get the black dirt around the seals.

  47. I did this today and my 19 year old daughter saw me doing this and said, “Soooo, you’re washing the WASHING machine???? I didn’t know people do that!” LOL! But it does look sparkling clean now! Thank you!



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