“I think it’s a terrific settlement,” attorney Jonathan Selbin, who argued the case, told NBC News. “We are very pleased with the result. We’re happy that the manufacturers decided to take care of the problem at long last.”

While Whirlpool may be taking care of the problem, there still seem to be a few other manufacturers in hot water regarding the same issue. As NBC News reports, there’s another proposed settlement for a smaller class-action case implicating LG front-loaders, which may affect up to 800,000 machines. Consumer Reports also seems to suggest that a number of other front-loader owners are complaining about mold and odor issues with their non-LG or Whirlpool machines.

So if you’re looking to buy a new laundry machine, you may want to do a bit of research first. After all, there’s nothing worse than coming home to fresh, stinky laundry.