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Dryer Vent Cleaning Saves Electricity
  • Drying times vary with each family, but increased dry times due to dirty or clogged dryer vents, not only pose a safety risk, but also will increase your electric bill, often by double the amount.
  • To calculate the cost of running your dryer, first find the amount of power consumed by your dryer when it's running. Your dryer manual should give you this figure, but a general estimate is about if you just want to make a general estimate is about 5000 watts (5 kilowatts) of energy.
  • Look at your power bill to find the cost per kilowatt hour. For these purposes, we'll use $0.10 per kilowatt hour.
  • Now, calculate how many hours you run your dryer during the week. For the purpose of this example, we will assume 5 hours a week. Keep in mind, this is normal drying times. If your dryer vents are dirty, your actual dry time may be less.

    Using the above figures the cost of running the dryer for a week would be 5 (kilowatts) x $0.10 (kilowatt hour price) x 5 (hours) = $2.50 per week. Since there are 52 weeks in a year, the cost to run the dryer in this example would be $130 a year. If your clothes are drying quickly, consider that dry times can double when dryer vents are dirty, and electric costs can skyrocket to $260 or more annually.  Spending $69 to clean your dryer vents not only protects your property from disastrous dryer fires, but the investment will save you money in the long run.

    Consumerreports.org Recommends Regular Dryer Vent Cleaning
    Improper dryer vents are a much bigger and more common safety problem. Here are a few tips to keep your clothes dryer running safely and efficiently.

    1.) Use metal dryer ducts to help prevent dryer fires. Consumer Reports says that flexible dryer ducts made of foil or plastic are the most problematic because they can sag and let lint build up at low points. Ridges can also trap lint. Metal ducts, either flexible or solid, are far safer because they don't sag, so lint is less likely to build up. In addition, if a fire does start, a metal duct is more likely to contain it.
    2.) See our dryer venting safety report for more tips as well as photos and a dryer-venting video.
    3.) No matter which kind of duct you have, you should clean it regularly. In addition, remove the visible lint from the lint screen each time you use your dryer. This not only will reduce the risk of a fire, but your clothes will dry faster and your dryer will use less energy.
    4.) If dryer film is a worry, there is certainly no harm in occasionally cleaning the lint filter with warm soapy water and a small brush.
    5.) Clean inside, behind, and underneath the dryer, where lint can also build up.
    6.) Take special care drying clothes stained with volatile chemicals such as gasoline, cooking oils, cleaning agents, or finishing oils and stains. Wash the clothing more than once to minimize the amount of these chemicals on the clothing, and line dry instead of using a dryer.
    7.) Avoid using liquid fabric softener on all-cotton clothing made of fleece, terry cloth, or velour. In our flammability tests, liquid fabric softener added to rinse water accelerated the burning speed of these fabrics. If you want a softener, use dryer sheets instead.
    8.) Buy dryers that use moisture sensors rather than ordinary thermostats to end the auto-dry cycle. Thermostats can allow the dryer to run longer than necessary.
    9.) Occasionally wipe the sensor with a soft cloth or cotton ball and rubbing alcohol to keep it functioning accurately. Sensors are usually located on the inside of the dryer, just below the door opening, and can be hard to find. They are usually two curved metallic strips, shaped somewhat like the letter "C".

    Source : Consumerreports.org
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