What is dryer lint made of?

Answer Dryer lint is made clothes fiber in the form of cotton, silk, polyester or cashmere. When wet clothes or fabric spin in the dryer, the loose fibers becomes entrapped in the dryer filter. Once the l... Read More »

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How do I clean dryer lint from a Kenmore dryer?

Remove the LintPull your lint screen from your Kenmore dryer out, and remove the lint every time you get ready to dry a new load. Look inside the receptacle it came out of, and remove any lint you ... Read More »

Where does dryer lint come from?

According to, dryer lint is made up of fabric fibers and debris from clothing or towels. If you have pets in the house, you may see animal hairs mixed in the lint as well. Lint can be a ... Read More »

Why does a dryer leave lint?

According to 1998 estimates from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, over 15,000 fires each year are laundry-related; one-third of these fires are caused by accumulated lint in dryer vents... Read More »

How to Reuse Dryer Lint?

Maybe you are still scratching your head at the fact that this possibility was even thought of. Maybe you are wondering why. The why is easy - every bit of our rubbish adds to the burden of landfil... Read More »