How do you remove chewing gum from the dryer?
I used a plastic spatula and scraped it off after putting snuggle fabric softener on it. It worked really well. racer (03/10/2009)
By Robyn Fed
A little WD40 on a rag works great! I always wipe it clean with a damp cloth before I put clothes in. (03/11/2009)
OK, I just had the same problem and I was really upset. I took the advice of: fabric softener sheets. This is the way to go. What people forgot to tell ya is that you must soak the sheets completely, lay them over the gum spots, and let it sit there for over ten minutes. When you go back to the dryer, wipe it all off. It's so easy I almost fell over. You may have to rotate the drum and do each spot, but it's so worth it! Thank God for the internet and smart people! (05/19/2009)
I just used bounce dryer sheets soaked in water. I put them on the heaviest gum spots and let it sit
By Laura W.
I tried using wet dryer sheets just like you said! What a lifesaver. It took about 30 minutes to remove all the gum but it was so worth it. (06/05/2009)
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