Have you ever dried something in your dryer that didn't leave it quite smelling fresh? Well, I did. This afternoon, I washed our dog's favorite blanket and then proceeded to dry it. Upon removing the blanket, my nose noticed the "doggie" smell lingering behind...
When unpleasant smells linger in your dryer, place 5 to 6 drops of your favorite essential oil (mine is lemon) on a rag or hand towel. Place it in your dryer and set your dryer to air dry. After cycling for 10 to 15 minutes, remove the towel and enjoy your fresh smelling dryer.
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Sunday, May 6, 2012
Cleaning Tip #6 :: Dryer Freshness
Posted by MichelleNorris at 6:13 PM
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