Anyone know of a way to do this with a front loader?
When I turn the machine back on it remembers where it was in the cycle, but them I turn it to drain, and then run a fresh wash all the way through to wash out the oxyclean.
You can either add water bei program, or you can fill it directly in via the soap thingy.
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These type machines don't soak well. (let stuff sit in water). Soaking is just one more thing on the list that I dont like about front loaders. When I have my own place again (no roommate) and my own appliances there will be NO front loaders!
And if you can add extra water through the soap try, how is it any different than soaking in a basin?
With my dipes, I do a first (cold) wash, which gets the surface stuff out, and then a second HOT wash, both with extra water. And just by switching to this method, I've managed to remove the stink problem I was having.
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