How to remove ink stains from dryer
How to remove stubborn ink stains from inside your dryer. Your money back if it doesn't work!
Title: Laundry cleaning tips: How to remove ink stains from dryer.
Keywords: Laundry cleaning tips: How to remove ink stains from dryer
Testimony: It took the ink out of my dryers drum! It worked immediately. I am very pleased. Thanks.
Witness: Rina R, Cape Coral FL
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This is a bad one. If the ink is baked in, you are pretty much out of luck when it comes to removing it! However, don't panic just yet. We know of plenty of people who have used their dryer for years after a major ink-in-the-dryer accident. And remember... all Touch of Oranges products are guaranteed to perform to your satisfaction or your money back.
For ink-in-the-dryer stains, we recommend using Oranges '95 Dryer Drum Ink Remover.
Saturate a white rag with Oranges '95 full strength
Dab the O95 onto the ink spots in your dryer. If ink transfers onto the rag, you are in luck. You may be able to get most of the ink off, but don't count on 100% removal. Wipe with full-strength O95 until ink no longer transfers onto the rag.
If the ink does not come out, it is most likely baked into the enamel of your dryer drum and may not be removeable. At this point you'll want to try baking it all the way in so that it can no longer rub off onto clothing.
You can also use Oranges '95 all purpose cleaner to pre-spot stains on your clothes.
How to remove ink stains from dryer.
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