How Do You Remove Lint From New Towels?
New, fluffy towels are wonderfully inviting, until you use one and end up covered in colored fuzz. The soft fibers of new towels act like a magnet to collect lint, dust and other small particles. They hold them tight. The key to removing this excess lint is to loosen it and break the static bond with the towel so that it can be removed. Though it will certainly go away over time, here are a few steps that can speed up the process. You Will Need: • Dryer sheets • Dryer • Washing machine • Drying rack Steps to Remove the Lint: There are two schools of thought when it comes to tackling the lint. The first is to use dryer sheets to break the static bond that holds the lint in place. However, some people feel that the use of dryer sheets impacts the absorbency level of the towel. • If you use dryer sheets, place the dry towels into the dryer with a couple of dryer sheets. • Run through a short 30 minute cycle. • The dryer will shake loose much of the lint and the dryer sheets will help it t