Lots of folks out there are upside down in their house mortgage. One way to get out of that mortgage is to walk away from the house, the so-called "jingle mail." The problem with this is that it leaves you with nothing. Wouldn't it be awesome if there was a way to get out of your mortgage and at least get a few bucks for starting over? Well, in this issue of Appliantology, the Samurai is gonna 'splain how to do that using your dryer, of all things.
Just think for minute: what would happen if your dryer or dryer vent caught fire and burned down your whole house?
At first, you may say, "Samurai, whatchoo been smokin' tonight?"
"Ah, Grasshopper," I sagely reply as I quaff a cold Long Trail Ale, "Can you say, 'insurance settlement?'"
Ouch! I think I just blinded myself from that lightbulb going off over your head.
Now, lemme just make one thing perfectly clear: I am NOT talking about arson because even suggesting that is against the law. Instead, what I'm talking about is simply avoiding using some inexpensive products that could prevent a dryer-originated house fire.
Awwite, grab 'hold of those two squishy lumps at the base of your spine and let's get ready to R-R-R-R-RUMBL-L-L-L-E!