"Set washing machine to 90°C for optimal results" Ms Reynolds
25 September 2017
For the first bottle, I followed directions exactly (using a 60°C cotton wash), but the results weren't very good. Trying again with the second bottle, I set my washing machine to a 90°C cotton cycle with an extra rinse, producing impressive results. Now the programme cycles are far shorter, the spin cycle extracts more water, and the pump doesn't seem as noisy. The only drawback seems to be the cleaner itself. In my washing machine's drawer, there is a lumpy yellow-brown precipitate left behind; I've remedied this by breaking up pieces so they're flushed into the drum.
A note from the team
Thank you for your feedback.We're pleased to hear you've achieved great results but to get the best from your cleaning solution it is recommended you set your washing machine to 60c on a COLOURED wash. The testing of the product would have been quite specific to determine this. If you feel it's not performing well under these conditions, it's possible the build up has become such it would need more than one treatment. The residue of the product is easily dealt with by flushing however, once the washing machine is conditioned and cleaned on a three months basis, as directed, your'll find this will no longer happen.We hope this information is helpful.