Maybe you put too much detergent in the washing machine or the dishwasher filter is clogged. Either way, your device seeps bubbles and water to the floor and needs to be stopped.
To stop the flow of water and clean the dirt before it damages your floors.
Disconnect the power
First and foremost, you want to interrupt the flow of power to the washing machine or dishwasher. For the dishwasher, that could mean pressing the break button, which will hopefully drain the water.
Your washing machine will probably grab the plug, but wait. It's a bad idea to stand in a puddle while dealing with something connected to a power outlet.
Enter the interrupter box of your house and unfold the switch that belongs to the device. If you do not know which switch is which, turn off the main switch, which is usually the largest switch on the control panel
Stop the wash
Now is the time to deal with the soapy water. Grab a salt shaker and pour the bubbles with a layer of salt.
The salt interacts chemically with the soap, causing the foams to disappear. Now you can clean up the water.
Mop the mess
Finally, you can mop up the water. Do not just wipe the device and get it ready. You must move your dishwasher and allow any water to dry out.
Place towels on the floor for a dishwasher to extract excess water and prevent it from getting under the unit (19659002) Do not take these crucial steps, your floor might warp. At least mold will grow under your device, which is not good for your health or the soil.
Preventing overflow next time
One of the main reasons for overflow is the use of the wrong kind of cleaner or too much detergent. Always read the labels on detergent and detergent bottles to make sure you add the right amount for your device type and fill level.
Also make sure the filter on the unit is clean. Tubers stuck in the filter prevent water from draining properly.
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