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    I'm in need of a fluff thread. It can be about fluff or it can be soft and fluffy natured.

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    well - I do not need more fluff in my house .... its already covered in dog hair

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    Don't get me started on dog hair! Our dog drops hair so badly and she is short hair lab cross.

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    DS fluffed on me... He thinks it's hilarious...

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    how often do you remove the fluff and lint from your clothes dryer? is it every time you use it as the machine recommends. ? Im one who does do that. I never leave the fluff build up. that is my serious contribution to this 'fluff' thread. marie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperGranny View Post
    how often do you remove the fluff and lint from your clothes dryer? is it every time you use it as the machine recommends. ? Im one who does do that. I never leave the fluff build up. that is my serious contribution to this 'fluff' thread. marie.
    Well dh mostly does the washing and he picks the fluff out everyday. But he adds it to a pile of fluff from all the other days so everytime I look at the drier there is a gigantic fluff sitting there

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    Aagh dog hair drives me insane! Our dog is mostly an outside dog but still if I don't vacuum daily I find clumps of hair around the house!! Plus it sticks to the couch, black couch and white dog hair don't mix.

    As for drier fluff, I clean it out when I notice it getting full, probably once or twice a week

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    DS fluffed on me... He thinks it's hilarious...
    Yeah ds1 thinks It's hilarious when he fluffs in the shower..blergh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple Lily View Post
    Well dh mostly does the washing and he picks the fluff out everyday. But he adds it to a pile of fluff from all the other days so everytime I look at the drier there is a gigantic fluff sitting there
    I do NOT let my DH wash

    he mixes colours and drives me insane. (he is pretty good about most housework, but washing is only me)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAgirl View Post
    DS fluffed on me... He thinks it's hilarious...
    2 year old dd2 said "mum, mum, mum, mum, mum" when I said "yes dd2" she did one 2!

    Quote Originally Posted by SuperGranny View Post
    how often do you remove the fluff and lint from your clothes dryer? is it every time you use it as the machine recommends. ? Im one who does do that. I never leave the fluff build up. that is my serious contribution to this 'fluff' thread. marie.
    I empty ours when it gets half way to full. Dp does it more often.


 

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