Putting on a load of washing with a rogue tissue in the pocket is a common laundry mistake but the solution is surprisingly simple.
When faced with the impossible task of removing the tiny white flakes attached to your clothing, aspirin is all you need.
You have two options, depending on how bad the situation is. You can either do another wash cycle, adding four aspirin to the drum before placing your clothes in the dryer.
Alternatively, soak the items in a bucket or bath of hot water and aspirin for a couple or hours. Hang them on the line to dry and voila, the tissue specks will have disappeared.