During each drying cycle, lint falls off your clothes into the dryer’s air vents. If the lint isn’t removed, the buildup can cause dryers to break and, in extreme cases, house fires. Swab-its ____ swab can reach in vital areas of a dryer’s vents and easily remove the buildup of lint.
Sweep the swab on top of the air vents and then poke the swab in between each hole to collect lint. After removing the lint, the swab can easily be washed and reused with just a little bit of dish soap or mineral spirits. After washing the swab, let it sit out and dry for its next use.