Make a Lint Lizard
Unless you have been hiding under a rock–you have likely seen the lint lizard advertised on TV. It is a long tube attachment for your vacuum. It is designed to fit in hard to reach places inside your dryer to suck up lint that may be clogging your dryer’s exhaust.
But you do not need to buy the lint lizard–you can make one yourself!
1. Go to the hardware store. Buy a five foot clear tubing with a 1 inch diameter. It will cost about $3.00.
2. Get some insulation tape (padded tape). And wrap it around one of the ends of the lint lizard. Keep wrapping until it makes the diamater just large enough to be slightly larger than the end of your vacuum hose.
3. The clear tubbing with the padded end should just fit snugly. You may want to tape the tube to the vacuum hose for added security.
Place the hose in your dryer to suck up the lint. Please unplug the dryer from the electrical outlet before you start.