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Its Huntman Spider SEASON!!

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Its Huntman Spider SEASON!!
HUNTSMAN SPIDER FACTS

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Pay a professional $150 or do it yourself under $30

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Pay a professional $150 or do it yourself under $30

Call a Appliance Technician or use the tool that an Appliance Technician uses and Save $$$$   Experience Appliance Technician will charge $150+ to clean the lint from your dryer. Which is the going rate based off his/her time and experience. Or you can pay less than $30 for the same tool that the technician will use to clean your dryer. Click on the link for express delivery of the dryer cleaning tool the pros use DRYER VENT CLEANING KIT

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Top 10 Laundry Best Laundry Detergents!

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Top 10 Laundry Best Laundry Detergents!
Top 10 Laundry Detergents

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Let's face it, laundry can be a bit boring.  So here's some fun facts to lighten your load!

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Let's face it, laundry can be a bit boring.  So here's some fun facts to lighten your load!

1. 70% of dirt on your clothes is invisible. Think those jeans are clean?  May want to think again.  After a few wears your clothes may still look fine, but according to scientists what's making them dirty isn't necessarily dirt.  It's "human matter" like dead skin cells, sweat, natural body oils and also products like lotions, deodorant and soap.  Which leads us to fact 2...  Treat Your Dryer, Click Here 2. You perspire about 6 litres of sweat a day Ewwww - but true.  The average adult on a normal day produces around 6 litres of perspiration (half through our feet... can...

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Warning signs that your dryer heating element is going bad and tips on how to make your dryer last

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Warning signs that your dryer heating element is going bad and tips on how to make your dryer last

www.dryertuneup.com  Written by Chris Deziel; Updated December 10, 2018 A dryer's heating element operates on the same principle as the coil in an electric heater. It consists of an uninsulated metal conductor and when an electric current passes through it, its resistance to the flow of electricity makes it heat up. If the coil gets too hot, it burns out. Among the conditions that can cause elevated temperatures are insufficient airflow in the element compartment, failure of safety devices and a power surge. How an Electric Dryer Works Heat and air circulation combine to dry your clothes in a clothes...

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