Mold in rubber seal of front load washer

by Judi
what can I use to get rid of mold that has accumulated in the rubber seal in my front load maytag washer?
  6 answers
  • Mrs Red Pepper Mrs Red Pepper on Jul 13, 2013
    Sprayed mine with Tilex, working through the whole gasket including the drain holes with an old toothbrush and lots of q-tips, wiped it out with a wet paper towel, then ran a tub clean cycle. I always leave my washer door open now when it's not running.

  • Bonnie Lewenza Bonnie Lewenza on Jul 16, 2013
    Look up tea tree oil uses, this stuff will get rid of it

  • Juliadance Juliadance on Feb 05, 2016
    Try spraying with Dettol Mould and Mildew bathroom cleaner. It is brilliant at destroying and whitening grout and I found it worked on the rubber foot of the shower seat. Spray it on and it works like magic!

  • Lynn Lynn on Feb 05, 2016

  • Diana Deiley Diana Deiley on Feb 05, 2016
    Clorex disinfecting wipes. If that doesn't do it, absolutely, use vinegar.

  • Debi53 Debi53 on Feb 06, 2016
    After getting it clean, just leave the door open between washing. This should prevent future problems. I always leave my door open--even slightly will help--and after 8 years have never had the odor or mildew problems that I hear others have experienced.