No not really. Pocket lint is typically composed of bits of paper, fabric, and tissue that wash shredded and compacted in the washing machine.
Pocket lint is only as bad as what was originally in the pocket that the lint came from. Usually pocket lint is made of small bits of tissue, paper, or fabric, which are perfectly safe materials to come in contact with and are almost always biodegradeable. Sometimes, however, pocket lint can contain remnants of drugs or other harmful substances that were in the pocket. Once again, the pocket lint is only as bad as what was in the pocket to begin with.
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