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Give Your Clothes Dryer A Tune-Up!

Last week, when I posted about how to make your own homemade fabric softener, there were quite a few comments and concerns about fabric softeners in general leaving residue on lint screens, etc. The concerns ranged from the dryer being less effective to actually catching fire! Luckily one of the com...
Lili Vilaysone
Lili Vilaysone • 2 years ago

Excellent tips from a mom/firefighter about how to maintain your dryer for optimal safety.

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