When you use a washer, there shouldn’t be any soap left over after the cycle has finished. If you notice there are suds left over in the washer, it is time to find out what’s causing the problem and if it’s something you should worry about. If you are wondering why your washer has suds in it after you run a cycle, we have a few tips to consider.
Too Much Detergent?
The most common problem is that you might be using too much detergent. Try to cut down on the amount of laundry detergent you are using and see if that stops the problem.
Run a Few Cycles
If you are still noticing suds, tt’s possible there’s just a buildup of detergent within the washer. The best way to clear this is to just run the machine without adding any soap to it. This will clear out any buildup your washer may have.
Water & Soap
If you don’t just have suds remaining but water too, it might be because there’s a clog in the hose or the drain. If you do see water, you need to give our team at A-Tech Appliance Parts & Sevice a call for an appliance repair.
Our Team at A-Tech Appliance
If you know that too much detergent is not the problem with your washer having suds, give our team of appliance experts at A-Tech a call!