Depending on the type of dryer you own (gas or electric), the type of fabric, the size of the load you are putting into the dryer, how wet the clothes are, and the condition of your dryer exhasut venting will determine your drying time.
Homeowners use ammonia in their laundry room because it works to dissolve grease and crush stains. It also helps to whiten white clothing and soften your bathroom towels! However, you have to be aware of the potent fumes and dangerous reactions that may occur if it is mixed with the wrong household cleaners. There are many different uses for ammonia in your laundry room and we are going to explain a few different uses! For starters, only use clear ammonia for your laundry especially lighter colored clothing, and avoid using ammonia on silk or wood!!
As homeowners, you’ve heard the rule of thumb that you need to clean your dryer lint trap after every load! Is this true? Yes!! There are many reasons why cleaning your lint filter is good for your drying machine. We are here to tell you why it is important to clean your lint filter after every use and how often you should clean it!
Is your dryer shutting off too soon and not completing its cycle? Do you constantly go downstairs to check your clothes and they’re still wet! Then you have to dry it, wait for it, and go into your scary basement one more time. No worries, we are here to help you identify the parts in your dryer that would be causing it to turn off too soon. You may have to repair a certain part or call a technician to repair it for you.
Are you moving or relocating to a new home? Moving can be stressful when you have to move your belongings such as your large appliances. Major household appliances such as refrigerators, laundry appliances, dishwashers, and ranges are too large to carry yourself. You are most likely going to need to call a professional moving service. Since most movers cannot interfere with major gas appliances, you will need to contact a utility company to prepare your appliances.Considering they will do most of the work, you will still need to prepare your major appliances for the big move.
There could be many reasons as to why your dryer is still spinning but not producing any heat. Your dryer consists of so many different parts that any one could contribute to this problem. Listed below, we have the most likely parts that could be causing this problem. First, see if these parts are the issue, if not you may need technical help from a repair guide.
The key to a healthy laundry appliance is keeping it well maintained and making sure to fix any damages as quickly as possible. In order to increase the longevity of your appliances, keeping them well maintained will decrease the chances your washer or dryer will break down. Here are some tips that that will save you from unwanted repair expenses.