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Use Netting to Collect Lint

So you left a tissue in your shirt or pants pocket and now your "dark load" is covered with bits of white; even happens with light colored loads, but never fear. Buy a yard each of light and dark netting, the cheap stuff, NOT nice tulle. Unfold and toss the appropriate shade in the dryer with your bespeckled load of laundry. It works! Use and reuse the net until it gets soft, then replace with new, stiff net. Give the "old net" to your kids or grand kids for play.


By Catherine B. from Richmond, Virginia

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November 6, 20080 found this helpful

I put vinegar in the water, 1/2 or 1 cup regardless of the color.

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November 7, 20080 found this helpful

Use the old netting as a scrubber. Just sew it together in a ball and it works very well.

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