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The Big Kahuna of Fright
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I recall seeing some time back posts where Prop Builders have used dryer lint for details on their props. I wasn't paying attention close enough, I guess. What could that stuff possibly be used for? And, how durable would it be?
 

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Dryer lint is great for starting fires. Highly flammable and great to take on camping trips.

Just a thought when using it in your haunt. ;-)
 

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Dryer lint is great for starting fires. Highly flammable and great to take on camping trips.

Just a thought when using it in your haunt. ;-)
Very true. During my military service, the dryers were always picked clean before any field survival exercise.
:D

Never thought of using it as faux moss though..sounds like a good idea.
 

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Dryer lint is great for starting fires. Highly flammable and great to take on camping trips.

Just a thought when using it in your haunt. ;-)
yep...I was thinking the same thing when I saw this thread.

as a matter of fact, we used to start "magic" fires during skits in the scouts buy taping a 9 volt battery to a stick, then sticking into a pile of wood that had steel wool and dryer lint in it...
 

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Very useful to use in place of celluclay, mix the dryer lint with glue, and you've got mache clay!
 
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