fabric 'de-piller' or fabric shaver - where to buy a good one?

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  1. mafibisha

    mafibisha DIS Veteran

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    Not sure what they're called exactly, but does anyone know where to buy a *good* de-piller or shaver, that gently removes those pesky little things that seem to grow on sweaters and coats?
    Just bought a new coat and it already has them, ugh, must be cheap fabric. I had one (a de-piller) years ago but it was cheaply made and broke, and haven't needed one until now.
     
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  3. Swimalie

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    Bed, Bath and Beyond should have them. I think I have one now that is from the 1990s. I still use it occasionally.
     
  4. Disney-Bride2010

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    I got mine at Bed Bath & Beyond last year. Paid $10 for it I think. I mainly use it for my comforter since it's cheap and gets a build up of fuzzies. I use it every couple of months and it works great! :thumbsup2
     
  5. mafibisha

    mafibisha DIS Veteran

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    Thanks! I will check stop there tomorrow! :goodvibes
     
  6. hearts8701

    hearts8701 DIS Veteran

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    i carefully use a disposable razor a trick i learned from my father in law he owns a cleaners
     
  7. mafibisha

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    Really? Can you explain how he or you do it?

    I have lots of disposable razors, thanks to CVSing! ;)
     
  8. hearts8701

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    i do it myself just gently shave the fabric slowly and a light touch as to not damage fabric with a dry razor
     

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