To keep our dryer vent clean a lot of steps should taken into consideration  , but the most easy ways can be find here.

 Find your vent

Before you can clean your dryer vent, you’ll need to figure out where it actually is. Dryers  usually connected to a short, 4-inch diameter exhaust pipe that then connects to ductwork inside a wall. Hot air from your dryer  pushed through this pipe and escapes through a vent on the outside wall of your home.

Once you’ve identified your outdoor dryer exhaust vent, take a peek inside and look for any debris, including dust, lint or even dead bugs. Wash any screens and clear out any noticeable obstructions.

Carefully disconnect your dryer

Disconnecting and moving an electric or gas clothes dryer is a simple process if you follow a couple of steps and have the right tools. Clothes dryers are lighter weight and much easier to move than a clothes washer. You can save yourself some money and time if you move it yourself.

Vacuum the lint

  1. Remove the lint screen, and use a vacuum to remove any small bits of leftover lint.
  2. Take the lint trap screen to the sink, and wash it with warm soap and water.
  3. While the lint trap dries, use your vacuum to clean the slot the lint trap slides into. Use a long, narrow vacuum extension to reach as far down as possible. You might be surprised by how much lint you find.
  4. If you’re feeling handy, some lint traps can be more fully accessed if you remove a cover on the machine. Look for a set of screws or a latch that might allow access to this area. Depending on the type of dryer you have, you may find them located in the door jamb area or on an access port on the back of the dryer. But before you start taking stuff apart, it’s a good idea to take a photo you can reference during reassembly.

 Get in there with a brush

Attach the dryer brush from your vent cleaning kit to your power drill and insert the brush end of the rod into your duct. Push the brush as far back as you possibly can. Bearing in mind that you might need to delicately maneuver the hose attachment depending on the route your duct takes.

If you’re unable to thread the brush through the entirety of your duct, or if your brush simply doesn’t extend that long, try inserting the brush head in the outside duct as well.

Clean up and reconnect

At this point, you’ve likely unearthed a treasure trove of lint. You’ll want to use a vacuum cleaner or broom and dustpan to sweep away your new fluffy friends.

Next, plug your dryer into the outlet and reconnect your wall duct.


Finally you did it .

Clothes in dryer

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