- There is fluff / lint on laundry
1. Fluff in the fabric:
- A washer dryer is a washing machine combined with tumble dryer, and these machines cannot have a separate fluff filter for drying. (except the case of washer dryers with a heat pump).
- In these machines, there may be a risk of fluff on the clothing after drying, but this can be minimised by regularly cleaning the appliance, using a cleaning cycle and being aware of the colour of the clothing you want to wash and/or dry.
- During the washing and/or drying phase, some types of fabric release fluff. (e.g. new facecloth, woolen articles, sweatshirts, towels etc.)
- The fluff that is released can stick to your clothes during the next wash.
- To prevent fluff in your laundry, we recommend that you:
- Do not wash dark fabrics after you have washed and dried light fabrics, and vice versa. (e.g. new facecloth, woolen garments, sweatshirts, towels or fabrics that release a lot of fluff)
- We recommend that you air-dry these types of fabric after you have washed them the first few times. (e.g. new facecloth, woolen articles, sweatshirts, towels etc.)
- Clean the empty drum, door seal and door with a damp cloth after each drying cycle. (Especially around the upper part of the door and the door seal)
2. Avoiding or removing fluff from your clothing:
- If your clothes still have any fluff on them afterwards, you can remove it with a fluff remover.
- Using too much soap can sometimes produce a fluff-like appearance on the surface of fabrics. You should therefore always add the right amount of detergent in accordance with the detergent manufacturer’s instructions.
- You should also remember not to overfill the drum when using the dryer. See the drying cycle table for maximum loads for drying cycles in your user manual. Download user manual.
- Some machines have a built-in cleaning cycle which can be used to remove and prevent fluff on the laundry. The cleaning cycle is used after drying and before the next clothes wash. See your user manual for how to remove or minimize the fluff in your machine. Download user manual.
3. Here, you can see some examples of setting a special cycle to remove fluff from the drum and the internal parts of the appliance:
- Empty the drum.
- Clean the drum, the seal and the door using a damp cloth.
- Set a rinsing and spin cycle to clean the machine of fluff
- regular cleaning will encourage the machine to remain clear of fluff.
- Empty the drum.
- Clean the drum, seal and door using a damp cloth.
- Set a rinsing and spin cycle to clean the machine of fuff
- regular cleaning will encourage the machine to remain clear of fluff
- Generally fluff will be removed through the wash
- you may see a build up of fluff after washing towels or fluffy / woolen items in the machine
- any build up can be removed by following the above advice
- If you require additional help please contact our service centre where you can book a visit from an engineer Here