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tony53

  29 days ago

How do you get rid of the little fuzz balls on your sweaters or your pants

I am going to order one of these it is called the New York sweater comb. They are selling out pretty fast on Amazon for $15

This natural volcanic pumice stone renews the finish of heavy knit and woolen items by delicately collecting pills from underarms, sides, and high-friction areas. It is reusable and long-lasting, up to 10 years.
Who can go wrong if it works good and it last up to 10 years I'm going to be ordering one before they're completely sold out
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Ryck30

  27 days ago
I tossed it out Reply
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dccarter51

  27 days ago
Have a little battery operated clothes shaver that shaves off the fuzzies Reply
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pattibca

  28 days ago
Clothes shaver. Get a good one. Look them up on Amazon Reply
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M7761390t

  28 days ago
Duct tape wrapped around the palm of my hand sticky side out and dab and pull up, dab and pull up. Goes really fast if it’s wrapped around your hand as apposed to using a strip Reply
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boscolucy

  28 days ago
A sweater shaver works great. It's just a little battery operated device, similiar to mens rotary shaver that removes them really well and doesn't further damage the material by just pulling them off with tape or risk cutting the material with an actual razor blade. I've never see this one you are showing, but sounds pretty good also. Reply
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gbakeris

  28 days ago
too much hype Reply
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Surveytaker13

  28 days ago
i just use some clear tape and use the sticky side or one of those brushes with red fuss on the inside that catches lint. Reply
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InsertUniqueNameHere

  29 days ago
some people use a razor blade or there are actual little pill collectors that you can buy cheap Reply
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BigOreo

  29 days ago
I use tape Reply
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