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    Whilst sorting out the tip (as my craft room will be known until it is finished!) I have found my pile of jumpers that have been felted - most accidentally but some deliberately. Anyway - I've obviously put dark jumpers in with light coloured jumpers and the light ones are covered in dark fluff that is proving a pain to get off. Will one of those lint rollers work? I haven't got one in at the mo otherwise I would try it but thought that someone on here might know!
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    try selotape rolled around your hand first as thats all the lint rollers are the selotape gets my white dog hairs of and least you wont waste your money on a lint roller
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    • #3
      Try one of those jumper shaver type things that are used to get rid of bobbles on your jumper i think yo can get them from bettaware or maybe wilkos.
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      • #4
        Have you got a tumble dryer?
        I find that's quite good for getting most of the fluff off things and then do the sellotape.
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        • #5
          Thanks guys - we are heading into town tomorrow so I'll have a look in poundland for a lint roller thingy.
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