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Old 11-26-2009, 06:07 AM   #1
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Getting dust off sweathers and black color shirts .

I have a few sweaters and some black color shirts that I like to to wear. The issue is that everytime after I wash them, tons and tons of dust or even hair would stuck on them which is pretty hard to clean. I try using the tape methond which works but takes too much time. Also sometimes just hanging them in the closet they they a bit dusty also.

Is there anyway or tools to remove dust or hair off sweaters or black shirts other than the tape methond? My friend mention there is a like roller thing there your oll it over your shirts and sweater and will it attract all the dust and hair onto the roller and you can just wash it after. If so does anyone know where I can buy them?

Thanks a bunch
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Old 11-26-2009, 10:21 AM   #2
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You can buy these lint rollers almost everywhere: Superstore, Costco, Zellers, Walmart probably even 7-11.
These aren't the washable ones; you roll these around until the sheet is not sticky anymore, then peel off the sheet the next time you use it.
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go to daiso...that asian plc in abredeen centre
they are two bucks and u can buy refils for them for two bucks as well
they work great
i use it all the time on my dress pants and jackets
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