The groundhog didn’t see his shadow and still it snows. Still we must wear sweaters. That stinking groundhog has no clue. Lies, Phil…lies.
Luckily, we can get a lot of wear out of our sweaters by keeping them looking new with the Lilly Brush.
From the FAQ:
How do I de-pill my sweater using Lilly Brush.
Simple! Hold the affected garment on a firm surface. Applying moderate pressure, sweep Lilly Brush across pilled areas in any direction. For best results, occasionally pinch and discard the collected pills from the surface of the brush throughout the de-pilling operation.
How do I clean my Lilly Brush?
Wash Lilly Brush with water and light soap, then tap briskly to disengage any remaining sweater or lint fibers with the excess water. Allow Lilly Brush to dry thoroughly before placing the cover over the brush.
How do I use Lilly Brush as a lint remover?
Lilly Brush works well as an on-the-go lint and pet hair remover. Using moderate pressure, briskly sweep Lilly Brush over clothing or even upholstery fabrics. For washable fabrics, dampen Lilly Brush to eliminate static electricity which will in turn prevent more lint and pet hair from being attracted to your garment.
How often should I replace my Lilly Brush?
Lilly Brush is made to last for years. The next one you buy will most likely be a gift for someone else.
Below you’ll see my husbands shirt, which he washed with something of mine that was faux fur lined…. this is why men shouldn’t do the laundry *smh*….
It works and it works quickly and efficiently. I’m not going to lie, I truly didn’t think it would come out this well. I’m amazed and excited because I’m going to save so much money not having to buy lint rollers lol In the pic below you can actually see where I brushed versus where I didn’t (you can click photos to enlarge):
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