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Ohhh, mercy. LOTS of black marks in the dryer.

And clothes being rewashed. Mad



Grr.



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Yup, that'll do it (unless your nickname is Spots).







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Always check the kid’s pockets for crayons, before drying!



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Just toss one of those Tide to Go pens in the next load

Tide Pen
 
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There actually is another cause for black marks- the inspector tags on some new clothing have adhesive on the back.
When they come off of the clothing whether in the washer or dryer they heat up in the dryer and adhere to the dryer drum. The adhesive attracts lint until it comes dark-colored. It takes alcohol or something similar to remove it from the finish.
 
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Always check the kid’s pockets for crayons, before drying!


Hoo-Boy you ain't kidding, just ask the wife. It was almost 30 years ago but she still fusses about it on occasion.



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And chapstick.
 
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I’m bad about leaving a pen in my pocket before washing so my dryer looks like a Picasso
 
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If you do tackle that job with goof off or something similar, try to pull your head out once in a while for some clean air. Ask me how I know.


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Always check the kid’s pockets for crayons, before drying!


Hoo-Boy you ain't kidding, just ask the wife. It was almost 30 years ago but she still fusses about it on occasion.

Yep, orange crayon about 1 year ago here! Wife was less than happy.
 
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There actually is another cause for black marks- the inspector tags on some new clothing have adhesive on the back.


Truth!

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If you do tackle that job with goof off or something similar, try to pull your head out once in a while for some clean air. Ask me how I know.


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