When you clean your dryer’s lint trap properly, it will improve its peak performance and prolong its life. Everyone tries to clean the dryer on their own by removing the lint by hand. But, beware of clogged screens, as it reduces air circulation, traps heat, which reduces the efficiency and increases the risk of fire.

Especially when it comes to dryer vent cleaning, everyone tries to do it by themselves and after that end up paying the professionals to do it. If the screen is regularly cleaned it also increases the energy bill of the house. So, the following are the ways to deep clean dryer lint screen after every use.

Tips To Deep Clean Dryer Lint Screen Easily

⇒ Try to take the screen out. First, remove all the screws. Clean the lint from the upper and lower side of the screen.

⇒ Then, fill a bucket with warm water and ½ a cup of vinegar. Place the screen in the bucket so it’s fully submerged, being careful not to bend or damage it.

⇒ Let the lint screen sink in hot water for 30 to 40 mins. After that remove the screen and try to wash it off with a soft brush. Scrub softly to make sure all the dirt has been wiped out.

⇒ Once the screen is perfectly clean, try to air dry it thoroughly before inserting it back into the dryer. If you put it back wet, the lint will stick in small places, or your screen may rust.

What Happens If You Don’t Clean The Lint Trap?

Then, the hot air from the dryer cannot be exhaled outside, and your dryer may overheat. So, even after doing deep cleaning, some dirt will still be present on the lint screen. It is recommended to go for a professional deep cleaning process once every 6 to 8 months for better use of the dryer screen.

We at ABC Home Services provide cost-effective dryer vent cleaning services in San Diego and its nearby areas. Our experts are experienced and trained to deep clean dryer lint screens using modern tools and methods safely.