Are you allergic to dust? Does cleaning the lint-trap of your clothes dryer bother you when that cloud of dust billows out, engulfing your head?
I found a great solution - don't clean the lint trap when the laundry drying ends. Start the next load, let it dry for around 1 minute, then clean the trap! Enough dampness from the new load will soak thru the lint in the trap, so nothing will float thru the air when you clean it.
What should you do, you may ask, about the very last laundry load? How do you clean the trap then? My answer is, you don't. That lint ain't goin' no place. Leave it until you begin the first load next week, and clean it then.
I figured this out today while doing the 5th load of laundry (out of 7).