Removing Fuzz Balls From Sheets

By suncat 5

I would like to know how you get the little fuzz balls off of bed sheets? The sheets are 55% polyester and 45% cotton.

Suncat from Greentown, PA

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By joanne 2 Flag

May 2, 2006

I have used a pumice stone with good success. You might not get every single one, but the majority does come off. It works great on sweaters, too!

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

May 2, 2006

I do not know a good removal method, but I do know how to avoid getting the fuzz balls. Do not wash sheets and towels in the same load.

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By Kim McGrantham 16 160 Flag

May 3, 2006

I have one of those fuzz shavers.. they work pretty well.

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

May 22, 2006

To avoid this in the future, only buy 100% cotton sheets. They're a bit more expensive, but they last much longer without getting pilled.

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