The Ayatollah of Appliantology
|Joined: ||Sat Apr 2nd, 2005|
|Flavorite Brew: ||Poppy Salmagundi|
|Hello, my spotty friend. While nibbling on a delicious plate of camel dip prepared for me by my lovely wife, Amatullah, I stumbled around the Samurai's washer diagnostic page. It includes a solution to your exact problem. For your reading pleasure, I have reprinted below the Samurai's illuminating and uplifting solution to this problem:
Take a chill pill, Prudence, it's probably not the washer's fault (unless it's a GE/Hotpoint). Now, get ready to have your little mind blown: most of time, spots on clothes are from a chemical reaction between the fabric softener and the detergent. Oh sure, don't believe me, go hire a lawyer, I don't give a rip. But you might unbunch your panties just long enough to do this little test: try handwashing a spotted garment in warm soapy water. If the spots come off, they were caused by fabric softener/detergent interaction. I know, I'm a genius. But talk is cheap--thank me with your wallet, not your lips.