Removing Dust and Lint from Velvet

By Anne 1

How do I clean the dust and lint from the back of a frame that is covered with velvet?

By Anne from Aston, PA

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By bkvander 2 114 Flag

January 6, 2011

Cleaning it first with a fabric sticky roller, then cover it with Glad's press & seal food wrap; trimming it even with the frame's edges. You'll never have to clean it again.

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By jean leiner 15 411 Flag

January 7, 2011

A damp sponge will remove the dust and lint.

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By Vi Johnson 286 801 Flag

January 7, 2011

Use wide packing tape or narrow scotch tape. Just press it on and ripe it off, dust, hair, lint is traped on the tape. Change it often. And this also works on furniture where animals have shed hair. GG Vi

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