Tampa, Florida -- Keeping your lint filter clean after completion of a clothes dryer load is a good way to keep your machine running its best and reduce the risk of fire in your home. But what about the other hard-to-reach areas of the dryer where the lint collects?
Try It team Member Marisa Langford put the Lint Lizard to the test to see if its claims of unclogging lint are for real.
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The Lint Lizard comes in three easy to assemble pieces that when attached, is 40 inches in length. All you do is attach the hose to your vacuum, turn it on and snake the hose through the vent system.
While Marisa was able to remove some lint from her dryer, it wasn't as easy as she hoped. She attributed that to how her dryer vent is designed and thought it might work better on a different type of machine. Overall, Marisa liked the Lint Lizard but only gave it a one thumbs up.
The Lint Lizard is available online and at areas stores. It sells for $10.99.