reduce pet hair and lint with lint balls

lint_balls

When was the last time you even looked at a Lillian Vernon catalog? I know — it’s been years! But my mom has been absolutely raving about these black and yellow lint balls that reduce the amount of lint and pet hair on your clothes. You just toss them in your washing machine, and the nylon micro-brushes catch and hold the fuzz, rather than having it redeposit on your clothes. Since I’m constantly plagued by cat hair (two white cats will do that) I decided to take the plunge and get some, testing them first on my dark brown flannel sheets (which are a cat hair magnet). Lo and behold, they seemed to help — and I even noticed my towels produced less lint in the dryer. I’ll admit, I was pleasantly surprised! — Megan B.

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Actually, there is a much better customer for these. For those of us who air dry our clothes lint and hair is the one thing that we don’t get rid of in the washer. I am so buying a bunch of these for myself and friends that struggle with this very issue.

Thank you!!

Okay, I am going to have to try these!

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Oh I definitely need this

she says as she picks cat hair off her black turtleneck…