Johnson Group Washing Machine Cleaning & Sanitizing

Benefits of Using Our Service

  • Deep clean & sanitize washing machine (washer & dryer), remove allergens, bacteria and mould

  • Enzymes based cleaner to clean the drum, detergent drawer and other inner parts. pH neutral, non-corrosive, safe to humans and the environment

  • US EPA approved anti-bacterial coat to inhibit the growth of bacteria & mould*

  • High pressure cleaning to remove dust and dirt, making the machines bright and shine as new again

  • High temperature hot steam to kill 99.99% of bacteria and viruses

Remarks: The actual cleaning or anti-mould performances may vary over time.

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Types of Washing Machine (Washer & Dryer)

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Built-in Front-Loading

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Johnson Group Washing Machine Cleaning & Sanitizing

Home Pickup & Delivery

You can save your time and money with our convenient delivery service

1.) Schedule a time to pick up your washing machines (washers)
2.) Our team will test the washers on-site
3.) Our team will return your cleaned washers the next scheduled delivery day (around 4 working days)

Before & After The Service

Exclusive Materials

AerisGuard™ Non-toxic Cleaner & Anti-bacterial Coat - Johnson Group

AerisGuard™ Non-toxic Cleaner

AerisGuard™ Cleaner is composed with activated enzymes, it is pH neutral and has no detrimental effect on washing machines. It can be used to clean the drum and other inner parts, eliminating biofilm layers, bacteria, fungus and mould.

AerisGuard™ Anti-bacterial Coat

Inhibit the growth of bacteria and mould, U. S. EPA approved for up to 12 months protection.

Why do we need to deep clean & sanitize washing machines (washers & dryers)

Perhaps you never considered washing machines and clothes dryers are breeding ground for bacteria and mould. Do you know that dirt, bacteria and moulds can build up in the washing machine and land back on your clothes?

Research has been conducted on bacteria that thrive and multiply in washers and dryers and discovered an average load of underwear may leave around 100 million E. coli in the machines to contaminate the next load of laundry.

Deep Clean & Sanitize Yearly

Therefore, an annual deep cleaning and sanitizing service of washers and dryers is highly recommended.

Q & A

The washing machine(s) will be dissembled prior to the cleaning, so that thorough deep cleaning can be done on each and every parts. It is also more effective and to send the machines back to the workshop for dissembling as special equipment is required to open up some of the inner parts.

Green 3 provides 7 days warranty for cleaned washing machines. Pre-checking is carried out on-site before collection to make sure the machine is working properly. Post-checkup and testing will also be done right after the machine is delivered and installed at your home.

Inside Your Washing Machine (Washer & Dryer)

If you find any black spots on the gasket and door seal, this is probably a start of mould infestation. Once mould spore is grown, not only will they contaminate your clothing but also cause serious allergic reactions if inhaled into your body. The most common type of mould found in washing machine is black mould (Aspergillus).

Black mould (Aspergillus): a common fungus that can be found in soil and on damp hay, grain and fruit. It is a known aero-allergen, and it is the most common cause of respiratory disease in man.

Studies have proved that there are insoluble calcium and magnesium depositions from water and organic dirt, grease, mineral oil, soil, debris from clothing inside the drum. These dirt and grease provide a perfect breeding ground for mould and bacteria to grow. A secondary pollution will then be formed, posing potential risks to our health if these substances adhere to the clothing during laundry process.

Most people are unsure about what to put into each of the separate compartments, many of us even think that the cleaning will be more effective if more laundry powder/liquid is added in one load. But the truth is, more detergent means more residues left in the washing machine, especially on the drum and drawer, creating more depositions and dirt.

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