(ENDED) Smelly Towel Cleaner: Say Goodbye to Stinky Towels Review & Giveaway (Ends 9/28)


PRODUCT REVIEW

Smelly Towel Cleaner

Laundry builds up super fast in my household. I sometimes do two loads of towels a week. Towels get dirty after one use...but most people reuse their towels over and over. Uhh...no way! After being introduced to Smelly Towel Cleaner, there's no way I'd use another product to clean my towels. They went in dirty, sweaty, and smelly...they came out with a very nice and light fragrance. It's nice to know that there is a product out there made specifically for towels!

Not only did Smelly Towel Cleaner remove the moldy, mildew smell from my towels, it removed it from my washer. For some reason, it began to smell a few months back and I tried everything from Baking Soda, Vinegar, and anything else I could try. Nothing worked until I used Smelly Towel Cleaner! Finally, no more stink in my towels or washer!

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Mary said...

HOw to clean your dishwasher tip was great
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kdmiller90 said...

The most helpful tip to me was the "Why Your Laundry Habits May Be The Cause Of Your Stinky Washer: Don't Let the Clothes Linger!"

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shala_darkstone said...

I found the "Is Rinse Aid Use a Health Issue?" tip to be useful. I'll probably stop using it after reading this!

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Racingjourno said...

I thought the cleaning tip about not letting clothes linger was very helpful.

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Becky said...

I found the tip about what causes washing machine odor and towel mildew smell to be the most useful.

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Anonymous said...

My towels have a funny smell after a few months of wear, that I use it for rags.
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aledol said...

main cause of front load or top load stink is overuse of detergents because the user is following directions for amount used. 

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Debbie said...

The tip that was most helpful to me was how to clean your dishwasher.

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MRWriter said...

Do your hottest wash or soak cycle as your last cycle on wash day or as preventive maintenance to dissolve residue.

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Donna said...

The best tip for me was the How To Extend The Life Of Your New Washing Machine

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Ann said...

For the Dishwasher I learned that The best way to clean both a plastic and stainless steel tub dishwasher is to set it for a long, hot cycle such as “pots & pans” or “baked on goods”. ALLOW THE UNIT TO RUN FOR 15 MINUTES.

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sweepmom said...

Cleaning Lint From A Stinky Washer was very helpful. I didn't ever even think of that.

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AmandaG said...

I didn't know this, but just as it does in a dryer, lint builds up in a washer as laundry tumbles. The soap in laundry detergent mixes with the dirt and tumbling action of a wash cycle, which causes lint to form. While a great deal of the dirt and lint rinses out of the tub and down the drain at the end of a wash cycle, some lint splashes above the splash line, sticking to the sides of the tub and attaching to the upper rim of a washer. Lint can also trap in small crevices and on the agitator of the washtub. So, you need to clean the lint from your washer regularly.

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Peter Schott said...

I appreciated the tip on not overusing detergent to help avoid smelly washers/laundry. We've fallen in that trap before. I also appreciated the cleaning tip for dishwashers. Gotta try that sometime. Can't hurt, but I'll have to get some white vinegar. Since I have to descale my coffee machine, this may be a good time for that.

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Renee said...

Apparently washing in cold water all the time contributes to smelly towels and such so they recommend washing your last load of the day in hot water.

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twinmomoftwins said...

I found the tip about not lettign clothes linger inthe washer most helpful and odor caused by it.
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Krystal R. said...

I read "Is Rinse Aid Use a Health Issue?" I wasn't suprised to find that swallowing chemicals isn't such a great idea but I never really sat there and thought about it. I dont think I'll be using rinse aid anymore...



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The third not-so-common reason for clothes washer smells is using mainly cold water for washing. Using mainly cold water for washing is fine… but it makes preventive maintenance very important. Do your hottest wash or soak cycle as your last cycle on wash day or as preventive maintenance to dissolve residue. If soaking very soiled articles do an extra rinse cycle.

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I visited the site and the one I found most helpful is the Don’t Let The Clothes Linger! tip.
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Kimberly said...

I like the tip to keep the lid or door open when not in use. I've always just shut it out of habit, but it makes sense to let it air out.
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tinkerbell5676 said...

Copied from the Smelly Towel Cleaner website "Silicone adhesive used on windows, etc for sealant allows mold growth." This is something I didn't know and no one told me when I had my windows replaced.

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I think a great tip is to clean out the washing machine drain pipes to get rid of odors. I had not thought about that before!

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Mickey said...

I learned that I should do my hot wash last to dissolve residue and then leave the washer open to air out (neither of which I was doing).

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Jill said...

I never knew that I should also clean lint out of my washing machine! I just thought it was in the dryer. Good info.

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I like the tip on cleaning my dishwasher with hot water and white vinegar - I will definitely have to do that!
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Gianna said...

The best way to clean both a plastic and stainless steel tub dishwasher is to set it for a long, hot cycle such as “pots & pans” or “baked on goods”. ALLOW THE UNIT TO RUN FOR 15 MINUTES. Open the door and dash in 2 cups of WHITE vinegar. Shut the door and allow the unit to complete it’s cycle.