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CONSULT
CARE
LABELS
BEFORE
DRYING
ARTICLES
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DRY PRACTICALLY
ANY FABRIC
Generally
fabrics
that
.can
be
washed in your Kenmore
Laundry
Center can be dried
in your Ken-
more Laundry
Center.
Washables
not
recommended
for
dryer: foam rubber,
loosely woven
or hand-knitted
woolens,
rugs with
flammable
backing,
fiber
glass
materials.
Be sure plastic buttons
and buckles
are heat-proof.
When using Delicate and Permanent
Press
fabrics,
check
for
dryness
after minimum
time suggested.
ff you mix various
types of fabrics
in your drying load, set controls
for
lighter
weight
fabrics
and remove
when
dry.
Reset
temperature
for
remaining
fabrics.
GENERAL
SUGGESTIONS
FOR GOOD
RESULTS
An average
size washer
load
is
usually a good size dryer toad. Items
that
are
washed
together
can
generally be dried together.
Consult
care label before drying.
* Close
zippers,
empty
pockets,
fasten hooks and eyes to prevent
snagging.
_-CAUTiON
Remove
all
items
from
garments
and fabrics
to be
dried,
such
as
facial
tissues,
matches,
crayons,
nails, safety pins
or
any
metallic
or
hard
objects
which might damage clothes or ap-
pliance.
° PUt socks and other small items in
mesh bag for easier removal.
* Items
to be
ironed
should
be
removed while slightly damp.
* Put damp dry items together
in
one load.
* If drying sheer items, start with a
cold drum.
* If drying only a few items, add a
terry
towel or two to maintain
proper tumbling
action.
* If desired,
add
a dryer
fabric
softener sheet.
° Remove and foId clothes quickly
to prevent wrinkling.
Do not overload
dryer
Clothes
must have room to tumble
and billow.
Avoid over.drying
* Clothes (except permanent
press)
should be removed white they feel
slightly
damp.
If
they
are
absolutely
dry to touch, they are
too
dry;
over-drying
increases
wrinkling
and
shrinkage,
and
wastes heat.
¢ To test for dryness, take garment
out of dryer and feel it in room
temperature
air. Clothes will feel
damper
in warm,
moist
air of
dryer drum than they will in room
air,
o When
using
TIMED
cycle,
set
minimum
time shown on Control
Settings
Chart
(page
6).
NO HEAT is excellent
for fluffing
and dusting
Use to air bedding,
dust draperies
and
slipcovers,
fluff
decorative
pillows,
and
freshen
clothes
that
have been stored in mothballs
or in
"stale"
closet.
Also use for safe
drying of plastic and extra-sensitive
sheer fabrics.
, Place items in dryer. Set Temper-
ature
Selector
for AIR FLUFF
(no heat).
* Set Dryer Timer for TIMED cycle
ONLY.
Do
not
use
AUTO-
MATIC cycle when Temperature
Selector is set at AIR FLUFF (no
heat) as dryer will not shut off.
I_kWARNING.
Do not wash or dry articles that have
been previously cleaned in, soaked
in, or spotted with
Gasoline,
Cleaning
Solvents,
Kerosene,
Cooking
Oil,
Waxes, etc. These substances
give off vapors that could
ignite or explode,
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See Stain Remover section on page 14 for instructions.
i _WARNING,
To prevent fire, do not use heat to dry
articles containing
plastic, foam rubber or similar tex-
tured rubber-like
materials,
or pillows and clothing with
feathers /down.
Foam Shoulder
Pads
Feather or Foam Pillow
Use your dryer as a valet
Your Kenmore Laundry
Center is wonderful
for steam-
ing out
wrinkles
and refreshing
corduroy,
woolens,
veIveteen skirts, jackets,
slacks or blouses,
Here's
alI
you do:
• Place garments
in dryer with one or two slightly
dampened
terry towels.
• Set controls
for type of garment.
• Select 30 minutes
of Heat and let clothes
tumble.
Steam from towels will "press"
clothes.
• After 15 to 20 minutes (before dryer stops tumbling),
remove garments
and hang on a hanger.
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