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The excess lint that collects in your dryer can be causing the clothes in your dryer to take a lot longer to dry. It can make your dryer heat up a little too hot and damage your clothing, or worse - excess lint buildup is a fire hazard. That should be reason enough to get going and clean that dryer lint trap. The safety of your family could be at risk, so follow the instructions below to clean your lint trap thoroughly and properly.
Here's What You'll Need:
*Unplug your dryer before attempting to deep clean your dryer lint trap.
Deep cleaning your dryer lint trap should be done a minimum of once per year, or more depending on how much laundry you do. Be sure to clean the lint trap inside your dryer before drying each load of laundry to help prevent too much buildup in the flexible vent at the back of the dryer. If your dryer is still having trouble drying, contact an appliance repair company like American Appliance INC to check it out.Share