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How To : Clean the exhaust duct on a clothes dryer

You never would have guessed, but you actually should clean your exhaust duct on your clothes dryer. Bet you didn't even know it existed! This video will show you the various steps you'll need to take to thoroughly clean and maintain your clothes dryer and its exhaust duct.

How To : Make your clothes dryer work better

Dryers are big, noisy, and prone to breaking. If your clothes dryer is starting to show it's age, watch this video for tips on how to fix it up and make it work like new again. Basically, just clean the dang thing.

How To : Clean a clothes dryer filter

Keeping the filter clean improves your dryer’s performance and avoids the risk of fire from lint buildup. By leaving your lint filter full, you run the risk of also breaking your dryer, leading to an expensive repair or an expensive new dryer. You Will Need: • A vacuum clean ...more

How To : Clean your clothes dryer & make it hot again

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a dryer machine produce heat to dry clothes. Sometimes the dryer machine doesn't produce enough heat to dry clothes. To begin, users should clean the filter if it's full of dust. Check the discharge tube and make sure it is cle ...more

How To : Remove ink stains

Ink stains are a very common stain that people get from an accidental pen mark on the clothing or when an ink pen bursts in a pocket or a purse. Start by putting a little cloth in between the ink stain and another part of the clothing. Get some glycerin and dab some of it on t ...more

How To : Line-dry your clothes

Looking for a way to save on your energy bills at home? How about line drying your clothes? According to the Energy Information Agency, clothes dryers account for 5.8 percent of home electricity usage. Line-dry your washed clothes and linens to keep them from wearing out, and ...more

How To : Texture in 3ds Max

The third dimension has finally arrived to internet browsing! Be sure to catch the wave of innovation with this series of tutorials. Initially, we'll be examining the importance of texturing basic 3D objects. Watch as the almost magical effects of texturing in 3ds Max transfor ...more

How To : Do laundry at home

In this tutorial, we learn how to do laundry at home. To start, you will need to set your washer to the right settings. Go with the one that works the best for you and the size/color of laundry you're going to do. Turn off the extra rinse you're doing and turn on the cold rins ...more

How To : Prevent damage to your clothes when drying them

There's nothing worse than pulling out a pair of your favorite pair of pants and finding a big hole in one of your favorite pair of underwear. You find a couple of nails in the dryer from when you last worked on a house project. Something like that can easily be avoided befor ...more

How To : Conserve energy when doing laundry

Doing the laundry uses a lot of water and energy. Here’s how to wash your clothes with a clean conscience. This video will show you how to conserve energy when doing laundry. You Will Need * 1 Eco-friendly laundry detergent * 1 A laundry line * 1 An energy-efficient washing ...more

How To : Pack clothing for a move

Moving is one of the top ten most stressful life experiences. Here’s how to pack it up without wanting to pack it in. You Will Need * Wardrobe or cardboard boxes * Twist ties * Heavy duty garbage bags * Shopping bags * Luggage * Dryer sheets (optional) Step 1: Invest in war ...more

How To : Smell Good and Stay Smelling Good

I've heard some people say that "brown people smell bad!" Ahem. Brown people don’t smell bad! Okay, some do, but so do people of all races and cultures. How a person smells has nothing to do with their race, but rather choices they make. I choose not to smell bad, and take ste ...more

How To : Use old tennis balls

Tennis balls aren't just for playing tennis, so when you are getting ready to trash those tennis balls… DON'T. There are many different uses you can find for them, from donating them to fluffing up laundry. Recycle them using these 7 helpful tips. You Will Need * Trailer hitc ...more

How To : 5 DIY Treatments for Your Bad Hair Days

Who would have thought that dryer sheets can be a quick remedy for super-staticky flyaway hair? But it's true. It's all about the positive charges in the sheets and their ability to neutralize electron buildup. And that's not the only surprising quick fix for hair problems tha ...more

News : Poison Ivy Clothing

Throw a bushel of poison ivy in the dryer with a cast members clothing. Wait a day. Hilarity at someone else's expense.

How To : Keep your clothes looking brand new

Are your duds looking a little worse for wear? Here are some extra-effective ways to keep your clothes looking as good as the day you bought them. You won't want to buy new clothes as much if you can keep your old clothes looking brand spanking new. You Will Need * A washing ...more

How To : Remove rust stains from clothes

Whether from an old dryer or some rusty tools, we have the solution to get rid of rust stains from clothing. Remove rust stains from clothes. Click through to watch this video on videojug.com

How To : Properly use your dryer

Like most appliances in your home, if used properly, they can bring great results that will make things taste, look, or feel much better than before. A dryer is one of those appliances that if used correctly can result in bright clothes that are nice and warm. In this tutoria ...more

How To : Fix a dryer that won't heat

The most obvious reason for the use of a dryer is to obviously take wet clothes or garments and dry them in a certain amount of time. But, what if your dryer isn't drying? This can be an early sign of a problem that needs to be addressed right away. But before calling a profe ...more

How To : Get rid of odor coming from your dyer

If you getting ready to place a load of wet clothes into your dyer and notice a faint smell, it may not be time to panic just yet. Even though discovering an odd odor is alarming, it isn't the end of the world. In this tutorial, you'll find out how to get rid of that odor com ...more

How To : Install a clothesline

Using a clothesline instead of a dryer is a superb way to save money on your energy bills! In this video presented by Bunnings, learn how to install a clothesline and get your clothes dry and smelling fresh! Do the economically smart thing and begin using a clotheline instead ...more

How To : Unshrink clothing

This instructional housekeeping video shows you how to take those old shrunken clothes you have and make them wearable again. You will need white vinegar, a sponge and a zip lock bag. Coat the entire t-shirt in the vinegar and load the shrunken shirt and wash it in a hot wash, ...more

How To : Understand & get rid of bed bugs

Bed bug management requires many levels of attack. Prevention is very important. You should never pick up discarded items on the street. Don't buy used or refurbished mattresses or furniture. Toss out vacuum bags. Steam, cleaning, and heat are tools to use in addition to inse ...more

How To : Fix a Hotpoint dryer that's not heating up

What is the main point of a dryer? To dry clothes, blankets, and other pieces of fabric of course! When you have a dryer that is not heating up, you have a problem on your hands. But, don't call a repairman just yet. In this tutorial, you'll find out how to fix a Hotpoint dry ...more

How To : Replace the catch and latch on a Hotpoint dryer

If you're having a hard time with your dryer door closing or lcking properly, you may have a problem with the catch and latch. This is an issue that can prevent you from drying any clothes. In this tutorial, you'll find out how to replace the catch and latch on a Hotpoint dry ...more

How To : Reduce Static Electricity

Static electricity might seem like magic but you don't have to be a wizard to get rid of it. There are simple steps you can take to reduce the amount of static electricity in the air or on you by using some items you probably have at home. Don’t walk around looking like you s ...more

How To : Wash bras and panties

The most used and most washed articles of clothing are undergarments. Underwear, specifically bras and panties, are in desperate need of attention after each and every use. They're not like a pair of jeans, wearing them twice in a row is not a good idea, nor clean. Shabby’s no ...more

How To : Make acid wash jeans

Purchase the necessary equipment for this project. Pumice stones can be purchased at any beauty supply store. Chlorine can be purchased from any household supply store. Sodium bisulfite can usually be found at hobby stores. Obtaining the industrial washing machines for persona ...more

How To : Avoid static electricity

Static electrical shock your worst nightmare? The clothes you choose, shoes you wear and even the things you touch might be the encouraging this natural phenomenon. If static shock is ruining your day then take some action. Reduce your chances of getting a nasty shock that’s ...more

How To : Bleach your jeans for a stylish faded look

In this tutorial, Tom Howard shows us how to bleach jeans the proper way. This is far better than just placing your clothes in the washing machine the normal way. To do this the correct way, put your water level low (for one item) in your washing machine. Now, make sure the te ...more

How To : Do laundry

In this video series, our expert homemake Betsy Sue, will teach you how to do laundry. Get step-by-step instructions for sorting dirty clothes, getting rid of stains and using the washing machine settings. You will also get tips for drying laundry, using dryer sheets and even ...more

How To : Make an all-natural dryer ball from yarn

Tired of static cling? You can make your very own dryer balls that will prevent your clothes from having static clean and it only takes some yarn and pantyhose. You can even make scented dryer balls using this method. Make a dryer ball that will eliminate static cling without ...more

How To : Remove Wrinkles from Clothing Without Ironing

Need to remove wrinkles from your shirt but don't want to bust out the iron and ironing board (or don't even have one)? Well, with a little bit of do-it-yourself ingenuity, you can "iron out" that wrinkly top in no time. For example, if you need to hop into the shower, simply ...more

How To : Make Your Own Non-Toxic Dryer Sheets

While they may make your clothes smell fresh after a cycle in the dryer, commercial dryer sheets contain many harmful and toxic chemicals that have been linked to causing cancer. Making your own reusable and non-toxic dryer sheets, on the other hand, cost nothing to make and ...more

How To : Dry Your Soaking Wet "Hand Wash Only" Clothes Faster

Let’s be honest: you’ve thrown a few delicate, "hand wash only" clothes into the wash with your jeans. Maybe you’ve even ruined a sweater or two. There are so many things to look out for when doing laundry, and they’re easily ignored or forgotten, especially when it comes to d ...more

How To : Replace a Rear Dryer Drum Felt Seal

If clothes have brown marks on them or heat escaping from rear of dryer drum, you will probably have to replace the rear dryer drum felt seal. You can follow the steps in this video to help you do this easy repair. Video: .

How To : 10 Ways to Whiten Clothes Without Using Any Bleach

Whites are the hardest color to keep looking bright and new after just a few months' time. Your sweat and oils quickly become stains, and colors from other clothes will eventually bleed into the fabric, discoloring your bright whites into something merely whitish. But before y ...more

How To : Get Out Lipstick Stains

We've all been there! You either drop your lipstick or had a lipstick swatch transfer onto your clothes. Chances are you just happened to be wearing white too! In this video I show you a simple way to take care of the problem using white vinegar, baking soda and clear dish soa ...more

News : How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs Using Less Pesticide

Bed bugs are parasites not yet known to spread disease — but they cause plenty of irritation. As scientists and landlords search for new ways to deal with the pests, a new study examines how we can deter bed bugs without so many chemicals. While they don't infect us with anyt ...more

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