Ink Stains inside Dryer?


To remove ink stains from inside a dryer you will need some powdered laundry detergent, some soft cloths, damp cloths, and clean cloths. You will also need some nonflammable, liquid household cleaner, paper towels, a scrubber, some rubbing alcohol, some old white towels, and some chlorine bleach. Begin by cleaning all of the plastic parts of the dryer drub by pouring rubbing alcohol on a scrubby and scrubbing until the stain is gone. Next use a household cleaner and a soft cloth to remove any of the stain that is remaining.
Q&A Related to "Ink Stains inside Dryer?"
1. Wet a clean cloth with rubbing alcohol. Squeeze out the excess liquid and wipe out the inside of your dryer drum to remove the ink stains. As the ink transfers, change to another
First try plain, old rubbing alcohol and a paper towel. The alcohol will evaporate and not be a fire risk. If that doesn't work, buy some stuff called Krud Kutter. It WILL remove
1 Unplug the dryer for any method used. This is very important to avoid an electrical shock incident. Ad 1 Mix 1/2 teaspoon of liquid dish washing soap with a small amount of warm
You can try to use nail polish remover or wd 40 .Then clean after done.Make sure it is cleaned really good after your done.If still on there it may be die from blue jeans or bounce
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How to Remove Ink Stains From Inside a Dryer
Forgetting to check your pockets before tossing your clothes into the wash can result in some unpleasant surprises. If the ink pen left in your pocket makes it through the wash undetected and goes into the dryer, the ink from the pen may end up not only... More »
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