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Things to do with dryer lint

Who knew? There are actually worthwhile things a person can do with dryer lint. And here I was, just chucking it and wondering if possibly it could go into the recycling bin. Repurposing dryer lint 1. Make clay out of it for the kids. You’ll need three cups of the stuff, torn into small piece. …

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