Question about Dryers
There are several ways to remove lint from a dryer and vacuum is 1 option. Put the skinniest attachment on the end of a vacuum, pull out the lint screen and put vacuum hose with attachment as far down as it will reach to pull out excess lint that the screen didn't catch. Another, simpler option is to get a wand especially designed for removing lint from your dryer. It cost about $5 in most stores and has bristles on it. You remove the lint screen and work the wand by hand up and down with the lint clinging to the wand. Either way, it's a very good idea to do this operation every few months.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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