How Do You Get Crayon From Dryer Drum?
A crayon left in a child’s pocket can cause extreme chaos when washed and dried. The crayon melts, leaving vivid stains on the clothing as well as on the dryer drum. While the resulting mess can make you feel as if you need to replace your dryer and buy new clothing, eliminating crayon from your dryer drum isn’t an impossible task. Armed with a bit of knowledge and some elbow grease, you can remove even the most stubborn crayon stains. Remove crayon fragments and scrape any solid remnants of crayon off of the dryer drum. Run the dryer for 15 minutes to heat up any remaining crayon and make it easier to remove. Rub the dryer drum with a wet sponge sprinkled with baking soda or Comet cleanser. Use a gentle, circular motion to avoid scratching the dryer enamel. An alternative is to use a Magic Eraser sponge to wipe away the crayon stains. Create a paste out of water mixed with baking soda or Comet cleanser and apply to a toothbrush so that you can remove the crayon from the nooks and cran