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Pet Dust Bunnies

Here's a fun, very easy craft idea - might be something you'd like to put in Easter baskets this year as a gag gift, lol. Simply take some dryer lint and shape it however you want (kinda small). Then do the same with a second piece of dryer lint.
  • Carol Hill

    Uses for Dryer Lint - Modeling clay, fire starter, and more..... I want to try the modeling clay with the kids!

  • Melissa Ulsh

    This is a guide about uses for dryer lint. Lint from the dryer can be used for a few things around the house and for fire starter.

  • Donna Cox

    This guide is about cleaning the dryer lint trap. Having a clean dryer lint trap improves the efficiency of your appliance.

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