Ahh-Some Washing Machine/Dishwasher Bio Cleaner & Deodorizer
Finally! An inexpensive, easy to use, fresh and green product that rids your washing machine from mold, mildew and fungi. One 1/2 tsp (teaspoon) of Ahh-Some Washing Machine/Dishwasher Bio Cleaner & Deodorizer in the detergent hopper once every 30-60 days or as needed to keep your washer and the entire area around it smelling fresh and clean.
Note: After running Ahh-Some through your washer, you will notice a foul smell. This is normal. It is the result of the bio-contamination that was dislodged from the internal components of your washer. As soon as you run your next load of laundry using your regular detergent this odor will disappear.
You’ve probably tried just about everything to get rid of that nasty odor and mildew ring on your washing machine’s rubber door seal area. Now, you can!
- Washer mold odors disappear!
- We recommend 1/2 tsp (teaspoon) every 30-60 days or as needed
- Great for dishwashers too!
- Septic system safe product.
- 100% money-back GUARANTEE – We mean it!
Today’s High Efficiency washing machines are great at saving resources and the environment, which is great for all of us! However, one drawback to these new machines is that they develop mold, mildew and fungi that can really smell terrible and leave your clothes feeling and smelling like they were never washed. Our unique product, Ahh-Some Washing Machine/Dishwasher Cleaner and Deodorizer can eliminate this condition after just one cycle. Our product can be used in your household dishwasher as well. Below are the simple instructions for our product. Be sure to use this every week or so to maintain clean and bacteria free washers.
Add 1/2 tsp (teaspoon) of washing machine Ahh-some gel to an EMPTY washing machine using HOT WATER and a short cycle. Please run one regular load of laundry with your normal detergent after the cycle with the Ahh-Some has completed. That’s it! You should now be able to open the door and not still have that yucky mold smell. Your towels and sheets will have a new found fresh aroma to them that you haven’t experienced in years.
Do this every 30 to 60 days and your washing machine odor smell(s) from mold, mildew and fungi are history. Our product can be added directly into the washer drum or diluted with regular water and poured into the machine where you add detergents and or bleach. This will also clean those pathways as well.
The Ahh-some cleaning gel formula can be mixed with water at the rate of one level teaspoon per pint in a spray bottle for all your tough cleaning household jobs. It works great on cleaning jewelry as well. Try it! Tell your friends and neighbors.
Dishwashers can also be cleaned of fungi with our product. Simply add one level teaspoon to your dishwasher weekly and run it on the hot water short cleaning cycle. You’ll be amazed at the difference you will see.
Why have I never heard of Biofilm before?
This is the significant question. The whole idea of contaminants hiding together for sustenance and protection is very new. So new, in fact, there is a race between microbiologists all over the world to find the proper way to address it. They have been able to determine that many traditional methods that work well in managing and controlling planktonic cells that do not work against cells in a biofilm. But, they have not discovered methods that absolutely provide the same type of performance in managing and controlling biofilms.
“…the opportunity to rethink our strategies for dealing with biofilm problems and solutions that in the past were overlooked or not handled correctly, because no one recognized that biofilms were involved…” (Center for Biofilm Engineering)
The only course currently agreed upon is, if possible, removing all buildups, regardless of their makeup, can be effective. After removal, draining is preferred (Ahh-Some treatment step, excluding pools). If draining is not feasible, then the next best solution is removing the buildup while assuring there is sufficient sanitizer available (Ahh-Some treatment step for pools).
Microbiologist Dr. Rita B. Moyes (Texas A&M) tested 43 water samples from whirlpool bathtubs — both private and public ones — and found that all 43 had bacterial growth ranging from mild to red-level dangerous. A whopping 95 percent showed the presence of fecal derived bacteria, while 81 percent had fungi and 34 percent contained staphylococcus, which can cause deadly staph infections. “The main reason is the lining of the pipes. The best way to prevent such bacteria from forming is to clean out the pipes,” she adds. “The pipes in a whirlpool bathtub need to be scraped and cleaned just like you need to brush your teeth with toothpaste.”
In the recreational and hospitality industries there are many very qualified professionals who simply are not aware of these new challenges. If your supplier indicates a lack of knowledge about the importance of treating biofilm and other buildups, or, they are aware, but looking for better solutions, ask them to contact Jerry Parker.