Much of what I write about involves getting more airflow from your dryer. Because it is the air that dries the clothes. But some may ask exactly what is good airflow? Well the unfortunate answer really is it depends on many factors, but suffice it to say, the higher the better. One tool I use to test airflow is a small anemometer that I can literally keep in my pocket. Not as accurate as the larger one I have in the van, but as I always keep it on me, it is right where I need it.
So for todays blog post, I thought I would use the power of technology to tell the story instead of typing up a bunch of words. Below are two videos, one before the cleaning of the dryer vent, and one after I did the cleaning. The proof is in the airflow.