Cleaning a stacked laundry center is much like cleaning a regular laundry. The difference lies in the fact that it is the area between the two appliances, the laundry center and the dryer that would normally give a surface to the surface that is easier to clean. Some tools can help you perform this process. You can look for them or do them yourself. What is important is that it is capable of successfully maneuvering in and out of the gap between the washer and dryer. Take a dry, lint-free cloth and spray your favorite brand of window sills directly onto the cloth. Immediately follow this action with rags down the outside of the laundry center.
Remove any tough grease or ink stains on the outside of the stacked laundry center by cleaning the machine with Goof Off or similar type of substance. Again, apply this directly to a lint-free cloth and then wipe the appliance. Make sure that whatever matter you use will not be as strong as removing the color from your machine. Use the same method for cleaning the inside of your staple laundry center. Use a cloth or dustbin to attach a stick to get to far when in your machine.
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To clean a stacked laundry center, use a flat and very lightly damped dust strap that is securely attached to a thin plastic handle for a long time to slide deep into the crack where the laundry center is stacked on top of the dryer. Move this in and out several times; even change the flat duster if necessary to prevent it from simply moving the dust back into the area where you have just removed it. But this time using a completely dry flat dust pad. Tips and warnings do not spray any kind of soap in between the washer and dryer. This will create a mess as it will be difficult for you to clean up.