If you have switched from a top-loading washing machine to a front-loading one, you probably love so many things about it. These energy-saving, water-miserly beauties are easy to access because of the front door, and they treat your clothes more gingerly because they do not have a central agitator.
But for all of their benefits, these machines can be tricky. They are difficult to keep clean and free of mold and mildew, as well as hard to mechanically maintain. Let this guide help you keep your machine in tip-top shape.