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    Default Tips on getting pills off clothes

    All my sons hoodie jumpers are covered on pills from wearing them to bed in this cold weather
    How do I get the pills off his clothes??

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    You can buy those little battery powered de-pilling thingos for less than 10 bucks, view are probably the best option I can think of...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mulva View Post
    You can buy those little battery powered de-pilling thingos for less than 10 bucks, view are probably the best option I can think of...
    Where do u get one of those

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    I use a disposable shaver and gently remove them. Works well. Also washing with liquid instead of powder helps too.

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    Lots of shops, I think even some supermarkets, its a common product

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShanandBoc View Post
    I use a disposable shaver and gently remove them. Works well. Also washing with liquid instead of powder helps too.

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    This works well

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShanandBoc View Post
    I use a disposable shaver and gently remove them.
    Yeah, I was going to say this too

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    I never knew those little balls of fluff had a name! lol I googled pills on clothes because I was so confused
    Thanks OP, I've learnt something new today!
    (I know this is not helpful to you at all in regards to your question though, sorry!)

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    I use a razor too.

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    I use battery powered lint shaver as mention by pp. You can usually find them in bargain shops eg Hot Dollar. They work great and the lint gets collected in a small compartment so no mess.

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