tascher1 Posted October 6, 2014 Report Share Posted October 6, 2014 Hey TIA. Once a month at work I go through the entire facility and all of its various buildings to conduct safety checks as mandated by DCFS. This includes checking to make sure all fire extinguishers are charged and up to date, testing water temps (kitchen and bathrooms) changing air filters, replacing exit light bulbs ect. One of the jobs on the list is to clean the dryer vents. Why you ask? Because dryer fires are one of the most common sources of house fires in the U.S. Check out this awesome tool that helps me clean out your vents. Its basically lengths of 3ft hard plastic that can screw into each other with a brush on the end. Secure the tail end into your favorite drill and wholah! Clean vents and piece of mind. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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