I want to experiment with dryer lint; things like blending it into paper pulp to add tiny colored fibers (or making paper just from the lint), and seeing if it might add strength to plaster, cement, or DIY air dry clay. So I need to turn the mats of lint back into individual fibers.
I couldn't figure out a way to break it up dry (putting it in a blender dry doesn't work). It doesn't break up when I try agitating it in water by hand. With water in a blender, the lint just wraps itself around the blades.
Does anyone know of a way to turn the mat of lint back into loose fibers? It can be a dry process, or the fibers can end up suspended in water.