Lint catchers help keep drains free of clogging laundry lint - installed on the end of the washing machine hose that drains into the sink
They have an elastic collar that fits around the drain nozzle to hold the trap in place
Opens wide enough to fit over a 2" diameter nozzle
Of the three types of lint traps we carry, the Ritz trap has the largest holes and therefore will trap the least amount of lint
It's made of a tough fabric material that should last pretty good
Each package contains 2 lint traps. Catchers measure about 8" x 3"
Made in China for Ritz / Arden companies - package description used to say "Arden Clean 2 Lint Traps", item M6036. Now it says "Ritz Clean"
Laundry lint trap pricing: $2.25 per pack of 2 Quantity discounts - automatically applied in the shopping cart:
12 packs or more for $1.59 per pack (12/$19.08)
144 packs for $216 - which is $1.50 per 2 pack <-FREE SHIPPING
Factory case = 144 cases
Not sure if this is the right type of washing machine lint trap for you? We have three kinds, so in addition to this O'Malley lint catcher there's an O'Malley plastic mesh lint catcher, and an Arden/Ritz fabric mesh lint catcher. Ask us for a free sample if you are in doubt -- call or email with your name & address -- we'll send a sample pack out in first class mail.
Washing machine lint catchers are disposable. If you buy 12 packs (2 lint traps per pack) you'll have 24, which would last 24 weeks if you used one per week. Of course, how often they need replacing depends on how much lint the laundry generates, which depends on the items laundered. Some blankets, jeans, towels, etc. create a lot of lint. Lots of people use mesh lint traps in their laundry area because using lint catchers on the washing machine drain pipe is cheaper and easier than calling in a plumber to unplug the drainage system.