I made 4 Jumbo lint filters for discharge pipes if your washing machine empties into a washtub. When you don’t want it down the drain, you have to strain, and the smaller the weave, the more it will catch.
► Set of 4
► About 11.5 x 4.5 inches, 29.21 x 11.43 cm
► Color of thread, tulle, and plastic may vary
Several layers of tulle will catch most of the solid waste, saving your pipes or septic system. The string at the top allows you to tightly tie the filter around any sized discharge pipe up to 2.5 inches, 6.35 cm. I leave seam threads long and pulled to the inside of the filters, as they will aid in straining.
The tulle netting was diverted from landfill by FabMo, an ecologically minded nonprofit. The thread is from a crafter’s recycling store. Any plastic used is recycled. The color of tulle, plastic, and thread may vary, but all my lint traps provide the same great filtering service.
As with any filter, make sure it doesn’t cover the tub drain or the overflow will be a mess. Hike up the filter on your discharge pipe if you need to. Keep an eye on it and replace it when the filter is about 2/3 full so there is no obstruction of your washer’s discharge.
I have several other filter packs available.
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