June 10, 2005, Newsletter Issue #109: Cleaning Tips Newsletter from Lifetips.com!

Tip of the Week

To get ink stains out of your dryer, rubbing alcohol tends to work best if you saturate a rag with it and wipe the dryer drum. Keep changing rags until no more comes off. Then dry a couple of old towels to make sure nothing comes off on fabrics.

You can also remove ink stains from your clothes dryer by placing 2 cups of bleach in a bucket, then filling the bucket halfway with water. Take some old towels and soak up the liquid in the bucket. You don`t want the towels to be dripping wet, just very damp. Place them directly into the dryer to remove the ink and run an entire cycle. Repeat if necessary. When you feel you have removed the ink sufficiently, place an old dry towel in the dryer to make sure that you removed all of the ink.

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