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Getting feathers of dark tops!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by AmDaMan, 28 May 2006.

  1. AmDaMan

    Mobster

    Joined: 18 Oct 2002

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    Location: Wellington, NZ

    Hey I really do hate it when I have a black top then suddenly it get's covered in feathers! I remember seeing something you could buy to get em off, anyone remember what it was?

    Thanks!
     
  2. jezsoup

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    covered in feathers, dare I ask how you got feathers all over your bad self?

    All else fails parcel tape!!!
     
  3. Andelusion

    Capodecina

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    Location: Huddersfield

    Chicken sex for the lose dude :(
     
  4. j00ni

    Soldato

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    Location: Wigan

    your fingers not good enough?
     
  5. AmDaMan

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    Location: Wellington, NZ

    LOL :D

    Sitting or my bed or anything get em on me and it looks crap!

    Fingers takes ages! and you can't get the really little ones off.
     
  6. jezsoup

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    Chicken feathers on your bed... Your really arnt helpping your case here:p
     
  7. yer_averagejoe

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    parcel/sellotape 4tw
     
  8. secretspy

    Soldato

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    Location: England

    er a lint roller

    little bit more sticky then tape
     
  9. Raumarik

    Capodecina

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    lint roller!
     
  10. AmDaMan

    Mobster

    Joined: 18 Oct 2002

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    Location: Wellington, NZ

    link roller / brush was the answer I was looking for, cheers :D
     
  11. Bumhucker

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    Joined: 8 Nov 2005

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    Location: Not in ham

    I find lint rollers to be largely ineffective. I recently bought a lint brush from Wilkos and it works a treat. The actual bristles are only 2mm long but they are strong and wirey. Brushing in one direction takes all the lint off, brush it in the opposite direction on something else like a pair of jeans gets all the lint off the brush and loose so you can dump it in the bin.
     
  12. secretspy

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    depends what brand you buy. i get 3m ones from Costco and they are really good at removing cat hair from my bed. it clears 3/4 of it on one sheet.