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Lint is Contagious

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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May 23, 20170 found this helpful

My has a dog that sheds so so much and when he was living at home I would put his laundry in the dryer first for a short run and then in the washer. The dryer takes off most of the hair and lint, works great

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