4. Now use the vacuum to remove any lint from the lint trap. Swap out the attachment on the vacuum for one with a longer neck. Once you’ve done that, turn on the vacuum and put the attachment as far into the lint trap as possible. Now work the attachment around the inside of the trap. The goal here is to remove any and as much of the residual lint as possible. Occasionally, you might want to pull the attachment out (since you won’t be able to see down the trap), and make sure the tip of the vacuum attachment is not clogged, which it often is. If so, just pull out the lint that’s clogging the attachment, put your hand against the end to check that it’s sucking clearly, and reinsert it into the trap.
It is very important to remove the lint every time you use the dryer vent. Probably, your mother might have thought this to you. Unfortunately, our busy schedules will not permit us to remember good saying our parents. We never pay attention to the removal of the lint each time we use the dryer. That ok, we cannot help it to happen with the busy schedules. At least, we have to take the professional help quite often and ensure that your dryer duct is working promptly all the time.
|1-- Prepare for replacing the dryer belt by lifting the lint-screen cover on the top of the dryer. Then remove the lint screen. Skip this step if your lint screen is inside the door. Remove the 2 Phillips screws inside the door instead.|
1. Remove the lint screen from the lint trap. Simply grab the end of the screen and give it a gentle pull. The screen should lift out fully from the dryer (see photo, above).
Seriously, is there anything worse than finally getting together the perfect outfit, only to discover after it’s on that you’re covered in lint? How to remove lint from clothes is a skill we all need to master—yet somehow, it gets little attention.