Having a drying machine is very convenient if you’re in a hurry to dry up clothes for an important event. However, if you have noticed that your clothes have been coming out full of dust after the drying cycle is finished, it’s probably time to give your dryer a good clean. How does one go about that? To find out, read the article provided by our appliance repair company in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania.


You probably already know that you should remove dust from the lint trap after each drying cycle. However, when you’re performing a thorough cleaning of your machine, you need to do a little more than that. You want to vacuum it. Remove the lint trap and use your vacuum cleaner to remove debris. While you’re at it, why not vacuum under the lint trap?


Once that’s done, you need to check what the exhaust looks like. This is done in two steps. First, remove the exhaust pipe and vacuum all the lint that has accumulated there. Then, make a mental note to inspect the exhaust trap from the outside the next time you perform a cycle. Airflow must not be restricted by lint, and the panels have to be moving freely to let the air out.


You should also keep the area around the drying machine clean. Move it every once in a while to vacuum the dust that will have built up under it over time. At the same time, clean the part of the wall that is normally hidden behind the dryer. Also, you should take the time to wipe the inside walls of the dryer with a dry dust remover (don’t use water).


Keeping your appliances clean is always an important part of preventative maintenance and greatly helps to extend the lifespan of your appliances. That being said, if you notice that your drying machine is not running as it should or if you are experiencing issues with your dryer, be sure to give us a call here at Rosedale Service, as we provide efficient dryer service in Chadds Ford.