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Lint traps for washing machines

QuestionWhat are washing machine lint filters and how do they work?

AnswerThere are two basic styles of lint traps. One slips over the end of the washing machine discharge hose, is made of nylon or aluminum mesh, and is held in place with a nylon strap. Unfortunately, the holes in the mesh are too small to be effective as a lint trap. Also, the aluminum mesh has some type of lubricant that gets all over your hands during installation.

aquarian lint traps, aquarian lint filters, aquarian lint filter, aluminum mesh lint traps, aluminum mesh lint filters, nylon mesh lint traps, nylon mesh lint filters, washing machine lint traps, washing machine lint filters, lint traps, lint traps for washing machines, lint filters, discharge hose lint trap, discharge hose lint filter, washing machine filter, prevent soap and lint buildup in laundry tub, washing machine discharge hoseThe second type is the Aquarian lint-filter. It is easy to install and helps to prevent soap and lint build-up in the laundry tub. Invented by a plumber, it was designed to allow the machine pump to work without the obstruction caused by other lint traps—no more backpressure. The filter eliminates odor as its solid six chambers allow lint to be separated in order to dry. The filter itself is made of recycled nylon hosiery (which you supply) cut to a 15" length and held in place with two "O" rings. An adapter is included to help fit the system to all washing machines. This is a trouble-free system that really works. You will need to replace the nylon hosiery when it is one-third filled with lint. The Aquarian will be the last lint filter you'll install!

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