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Thread: Hair free quilts

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    Super Member Elisabrat's Avatar
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    I just wrote another quilter here on a product I use ALL the time to dehair my couches, quilts and clothing. Its a one time buy not those tape rollers that you have to refill. Its a lint/hair removal brush that has this funky fabric on it, brush one way it picks up the fuzz wipe with your hand the other way it comes right off. Its about $3 which is a real deal if you have pets and want to keep your cozies less furry! I have a cat rescue so less fur is always good since the DH is allergic to cats!
    http://laundrybagsupply.com/EvercareFabricBrushes.html
    Try it and let me know if you dont just love this thing. I never ever misplace mine. There might be a better source for this but this is what I came up with this morning in a random search.

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    My grandma always had those! When I was a kid I used to love to rub it on my head and make my hair stand up with static. I have not seen one in ages.

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    Super Member Elisabrat's Avatar
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    lol now I gotta try that on the grandkids! too funny

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    much better than the tape rollers.

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    I recently bought one of those at Joann's. It was over by the irons and pressing clothes.

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    Oh my!!! I used to have one!!!! But where is it stashed???????????? too hard to look...I'll go out and buy one! Thanks for the info!

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    if it would work on the cat I'd use it straight on the source of the problem! I'm still devising a way to use the vaccuum on him and not have him go insane.

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    i have one of those..white handle. but i always tend to grap the roller sticky thing first..go figure!

    my great grandma used to use the latex rubber dish washing gloves to remove hair off the furniture...

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    I have 2 goldens, the hair is part of me. I just say they go wherever I go! You can imagine the flurry of activity when we get company!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa_wanna_b_quilter
    My grandma always had those! When I was a kid I used to love to rub it on my head and make my hair stand up with static. I have not seen one in ages.
    I havn't seen them for many years.

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    These can be found at Bed Bath and Beyond and The Container Store. We have 2 Australian Shepherd's and a Sheltie/Border Collie mix. Couldn't live without this product!!!

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    I haven't seen one of those for years. As I recall they did work great. I need to get one.

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    Tried one years ago, didn't work. I use lint rollers I get from my dry cleaners.

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