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To remove lint from clothes, put in little white vinegar in the wash. Lint will not stick to the clothes as much.
Want to wash your fleece without getting lint all over it? Wash it alone in cold water. May combine two pieces.
By 1thriftygal from MI
This really helps cut down on lint and pet hair on clothes! Get some "netting" at a sewing shop, I found mine in the wedding section. Cut it into 6x6 inch squares, and toss one in the washer and a fresh one in the dryer, and bingo! It catches pet hair and lint.
White vinegar poured into your rinse cycle in your washing machine will help eliminate lint from the laundry.
Since lint is highly contagious, remove it before you put a garment in the closet. No clothing brush? Wrap a strip of masking or cellophane tape around your hand, adhesive side out, and move it across the garment. Or use a damp sponge. You'll find that lint is much easier to remove with a damp clothes brush than with a dry one. To remove lint from velvet, a clean sponge powder puff works well; on wool use a dry cellulose sponge.
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How do I keep lint from getting on my clothes in the washing machine?
Patti from St. Petersburg, Fl
By lalala... 12/10/2007
I am having problems with lint in my washing machine. My old machine had a lint trap, this new one does not. when I pull out my laundry it's covered in lint. The clothing I dry isn't a problem, it'll come off in the dryer, but the shirts that I hang to dry aren't even wearable. I have to rewash them. I separate my wash, and I don't overload the machine. What do i need to do? Kimberly from Oklahoma