Stain after laundry by: Anonymous After washing and drying a shirt (button down dress shirt) with no stains, it comes out covered in stains. The stain looks like a shirt would look if it was covered in grease and washed and the grease stain did not come out. I know it is not a grease stain because it was not stained when it went into the wash. c. To seize with authority or legal right: The town took the land by eminent domain.
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A SR reader asked me a question about washing machine stains, the kind where you don't have a stain on your clothes before you wash something, but then you take it out of the machine and a stain has now appeared. SR Reader asks: I often have stains on my clothes that weren't there before I put them in the washer.
Could this be from fabric softener? Taylor says: Thanks for your question. I just hate stains from the washing machine itself, since it means more work for you when all you want to do is get your laundry done. You've actually identified one of the biggest culprits which causes stains to appear on your clothes after they get into the wash -- fabric softener. That is because most softeners are oil based, and if too much is used, or added too soon or late into the cycle, or hits your clothes without being diluted enough, it will cause oily spots on your clothes.
Typically, these spots are about the size of a dime and look almost milky or bluish, almost with an oily sheen to them. You can learn more about fabric softener stains here , and how to remove them. However, you've not shared with me what your particular stain looks like, and that is important in being able to identify what it is. This page is ever evolving, as more people send in photos, stories about what problems they've experienced, and solutions they've come up with.
So make sure to read down to the bottom for all the ideas and problems experienced, and to see if what is happening to you has already happened to someone else. The comments are quite populated with additional stories, as well. I don't always have an answer, but I know if we all add our bits of collective wisdom we'll get to the bottom of all of these issues eventually!
Make Sure Your Washer Is Clean There are so many possible causes for washing machine stains that it is often difficult to narrow down what the cause of them is. To help with this issue, first make sure you thoroughly clean your washing machine, because a dirty machine can itself be causing the spots and stains, and it is often the easiest remedy! Check out my article on how to clean your washing machine here. Make Sure To Identify If Your Stains Are From Your Washer Or Your Dryer Further, along with cleaning your washing machine, before you can identify what is causing your mystery stains, you've got to ascertain if the stains are actually coming from your washer, or from your dryer.
If the clothes aren't stained before washing, but they come out of the dryer stained, you don't actually know, unless you examine the clothes carefully again after washing, but before the dryer, which of the two machines is causing the trouble.
Here's my article on mystery dryer stains because that might actually be the problem you're suffering from! Read on below for more pictures from readers, and possible ideas for what is causing your stain, and how to fix the problem. Click here to post comments. Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. Simply click here to return to laundry questions. B wrote me in this laundry question, along with sending in these pictures of the problem she is having.
B says: Lately, I've been getting brown mystery stains from my washing machine. I know it's the washing machine because I've checked before putting the clothes in the dryer.
On the lighter fabrics, it almost looks like it's been burned or smeared with mud and sometimes has the imprint of the surface of the washing machine a bunch of little holes.
I tried cleaning the inside of the washing machine, even sticking rolled up paper towels into the little holes, but there was no residue. I tried just rinsing the stains to see if anything happened, but since I have no idea what's staining my clothes, I don't know how to fix it. It doesn't seem to happen with every load. I'd been adding vinegar to my loads to help remove stains and when I saw these new stains, I stopped, but they're still showing up.
I have so much laundry to do and I can't afford to ruin my favorite clothes or my husband's work clothes. Taylor says: B, I am sorry you are having trouble with stains from your washing machine.
It is very frustrating to put clothes in there, to get them clean, just for them to get stained during the washing process. I cannot be sure of the problem, but it sounds like it is rust stains, especially based on your description of the imprint of the washing machine drum being involved.
Unfortunately, if a part of your machine begins to rust, some of the rust comes loose during the wash cycle, at least some of the time, and then can deposit on your clothes during the cycle. This is most likely to happen if you let your clothes sit in there for a while after the machine finishes, but can also happen during the washing process itself.
One way to check to see if these are rust stains is to try to remove them while they are fresh, and before you put the clothes in the dryer. Something mildly acidic, like lemon juice or vinegar, when dribbled onto the fresh stain, will typically lighten or remove it. You can also use a commercial rust stain remover to remove these stains, as long as what you choose is safe for clothing and for the color clothing you have the stain on.
Typically, when you are getting stains from an appliance, such as your washing machine, it makes sense to clean it. However, when you clean your washing machine you may use chlorine bleach. In this instance, that would be a bad idea since chlorine bleach can cause rust stains to set. Instead, you can try to clean your rusty machine with a rust stain remover designed for appliances.
Click here to read rust stain removers reviews provided by other readers of this site. The one that first comes to my mind is Super Iron Out , although many products are available that could do the job. If that does not remove the rust from your machine, and you continue to see these stains continuing, it is time to call a repair person.
You may be able to identify and replace the rusting part. Unfortunately, if the problem is severe or the machine is very old it may cost more to repair than replace it. Of course, I am not for certain it is rust, although this is really the most common reason for these mystery stains. If it isn't rust though, I really don't know what it is, unless it is grease from your machine. If it were this, however, I would expect a slightly different color than what you describe, but if it doesn't respond to the lemon juice, but instead is removed or lightened with dishwashing liquid, this may be the culprit.
I know this may not be what you wanted to hear B, but I do hope it helps you identify and solve your problem. I know how frustrating it can be to get behind on your laundry because of issues like this. Does any other reader have any other suggestions for B about this problem, or how to fix it?
In addition, have you suffered from similar stains in your washing machine? If so, did you identify what caused them, and how did you fix the problem? Please tell me in the comments. In addition, you can also ask your laundry questions here , as B did, and I will give it a go to answer them. Replace the spindle seal or better yet buy a new washer. Another reader suggested that it was some type of gunk build up.
She stated: The brown mystery stain looks like what we get from our lovely-horrid- front loader. It's gunk that collects inside the washer because it does not dry completely. I clean my washer once a week because of this and still have the gunk build up.
It's very difficult to remove from your clothes as well. Any help would be appreciated. The reader stated, "Must have transmission oil leak in washer - entire load of white clothes have little brown spots. Found something on washer wall that appears to be gooey oil. Will anything remove this from the clothes? Isa says: Please can someone help, I just went to grab my washing out of the machine to dryer and spotted two of my husbands rusty screw bits sigh from the previous wash!
Also need to clean the rust from the rubber seal as you can see Susan says: I haven't checked to see if I have solved my problem yet, but in trying to figure it out and looking inside my washer, I decided to wipe with a towel inside the rubber gasket at the opening of my front loader.
It turned out it was full of brown gunk! We have a well and although we have a rust filter, it may be that. Meanwhile, I cleaned inside that rubber gasket very thoroughly. Taylor's Response Isa and Susan, along with cleaning around the rubber seal, which you've both identified, rust can be a problem for washing machines, especially those that use hard water, or well water.
If you feel like you've got rust in your machine, I suggest using an appliance cleaner that is made for rust, such as Iron Out. You can read more reviews and uses for Iron Out here. It is a very powerful product that can help with this exact problem.
Here's a caution for you though: If you use the Iron Out, be sure to get it well rinsed before you put colored clothes in it, as it will leave bleach spots if you don't. I recently washed my daughters clothes, and when I went to bring them out of the wash, I notice large black stains all over some of her white and pink shirts.
They look like a pen had burst inside the washer. This has happened a few times before, and I am never able to get the stain out. I am so confused and upset at the same time. Please help! I have been having a laundry issue for the past several years that I simply cannot figure out.
I have many orange cotton T shirts without any stains that come out of the wash stained on a periodic basis. I wash them with like colored clothing all of which have been washed MANY times before in cold water using only powdered detergent and no fabric softener. These orange T shirts, and only the orange T Shirts, get dark spots and splotches in many places on the shirt. No other clothes show any of these stains other than my orange colored T Shirts.
When I get the stains, I spray them with advanced formula Shout , let them sit a couple days and rewash. Upon rewashing, the stains always come out. However, I have no idea where and how these stains appear from the washing process, but I am very frustrated. I have attached a picture of a shirt I took out of the laundry today. Any thoughts? Any assistance would be most appreciated. Question The photo above was sent in by a reader, anonymously, and she asked, "What are these black stains that appear on my baby's clothes, and how do I get rid of them?