After a period of use, a build-up of mould can sometimes form inside your washing machine drawer and the drawer compartment, which can cause your washing machine to smell. If this is the case you'll need to clean both of these, which is a fairly quick and easy job.
Removing the soap drawer from your washing machine is usually quite easy; depending on the make and model of your washing machine it may just pull out or there might be a button at the inside back of the drawer that you need to depress to release the drawer.
To clean the drawer itself, place it in a sink of hot water mixed with a drop of bleach which should kill off any bacteria, and scrub it well with the same toothbrush or an old scrubbing brush. It is advisable to wear rubber gloves while doing this to protect your hands from the bleach.
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