I recently had a repair person come to my home to repair my dryer and look what he pulled from the unit.

This is lint from INSIDE the dryer, not from the lint trap. I do clean out the trap after each use, yet lint still finds its way into the dryer.

I have never taken apart the dryer like the repairman did this week, thus the lint has been accumulating through the years.

I am sharing this with you because I don't want this to happen to you. This is a fire hazard. As a matter of fact, the repairman told me that he doesn't know how my dryer didn't catch on fire---SCARY!!

So, if you haven't had your dryer cleaned out recently, please do so NOW! The last thing you want in your home is for your dryer to catch fire.

Perhaps it was a blessing that my dryer "broke" so that I could have it serviced.