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Keeping Your Dryer Duct Clear

First off try and hang laundry outside to save electricity, and wear and tear on your dryer. You can always air fluff with a couple of tennis balls for a few minutes to soften up material.

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Second, try and air dry towels over the shower door or shower curtain rod. These produce the most lint of all your laundry.

Third, Always clean your vent screen before every drying cycle. Clean the vent with a vent brush at least once a month or more often. These are long handled, flexible brushes that fit down the vent hole.

Fourth, you can take the back off your dryer once a year to vacuum out the inside of the dryer or have your appliance repair person do it for you.

By littlegamma from Southern, AL

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