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What is dose per rinse?

(Topic created on: 08/05/21 09:22)
Sconns
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I have a washing machine with the auto dose function (model WW90T534DAN_GH). There are two options for auto dosing. Dose per wash and dose per rinse. I don't understand what "dose per rinse" does. It seems to suggest detergent is added during rinsing but why would you want to add detergent when rinsing the washing?

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TessM
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Morning @Sconns ,

yes, that is right.  During the rinse cycle, the machine makes sure that the soap molecules are off your clothes. Any left on your clothes will contain dirt and grease, they will also wear the fabric out prematurely, so this dose helps to remove all this.

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Sconns
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Hi

I'm still confused if soap molecules on your washing wear the fabric out why would you add soap to a rinse?
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antikythera
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Maybe it's for fabric softener?
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Sconns
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The fabric softener auto dose function is a different setting
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Paul_HL
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dose per rinse is softener, you will notice if you set it to off, it says add softener manually.

 

Thanks

 

paul

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Sconns
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That's what I originally thought but the manual refers to "detergent" when talking about dose per rinse (low/med/high/off) but there is also a function in settings for fabric softener x1, x2 etc.
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