Question about Dryers
Most things that can remove ink can cause damage to the glaze finish on the dryer tub. Go ahead and use a specialty product that will remove the ink, but use it sparingly and dab it onto a rag.
Once the ink has been removed to your satisfaction, take a moderately damp cloth with a mild detergent (dish soap like dawn or ajax will work.) Wash the area where the ink remover was in contact with the tub. (you may want to rotate the tub manually so the spot is at the bottom of the machine)
After washing the area, then dry it with a towel.
If you still smell the odor from the ink remover then, allow the dryer door to be open for about an hour or so to allow any combustable vapors that may still remain to air out before using the dryer again. Or you can run the dryer without heat in "Air Dry" for about 30 min until you cannot smell the vapors in the exhaust anymore.
Hope this helps
Posted on May 27, 2011
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