Removing Tissue From Laundry

Much as we all try, sometimes we leave a tissue in a pocket of our pants and wash them. Then, the clothes will be covered in lint.

There's no need to rewash the load, just put a fabric softener sheet in the dryer and tumble for a while. I don't even use a whole one, because I cut them in thirds. Most of the lint will wind up in your lint trap.

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I don't use dryer sheets as a rule, because I don't like the toxins they release, but I consider this an emergency, and like I said, I cut them in thirds anyway.

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January 29, 20190 found this helpful

I realize this post is very old but in case anyone still needs the info...
"Aspirin"!!! Just toss 4 aspirin in the wash drum and rewash = voila! Aspirin dissolves tissue/kleenex.

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January 31, 20190 found this helpful

Cool, thanks for the tip. I have had this problem before because I suffer from a lot of nasal allergies.

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