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HOW DO i REMOVE INK FROM THE INSIDE OF MY DRYER?

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This will work. Soak white towel or other white fabric in bleach water, then slightly wring them out, leaving very wet. Then put them in dryer, on low or fluff cycle. Run for 60 minutes or more. This should rub off all the ink in the dryer. You may have to repeat if you have alot of ink. I have done this a few times and it has always work, good luck.
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You really cant ,,i would just let it dry,,this is why,,because any product that will remove the ink will aslo remove the enamel,,and with out that coating ,,your chothes will get gray stains from the raw metal once the ink dryers it will not come even on the white clothes...

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