Wool is one of those wonder fibers. It has the ability to absorb high amounts of moisture and still feel dry, it can retain heat exceptionally well, and it’s naturally odor-resistant. While wool’s pros earn it high praise, one of its few cons is something we’ve all dealt with–I’m talking of course about pilling—those unattractive clusters of fiber that start appearing on the surface of your clothes after a few washes.
The predominant cause of pilling is excessive friction on the fabric. If you get rid of this friction, your pilling problem also disappears. Here are some quick tips on minimizing pilling to get the most out of your wool clothes…
Our clients sometimes ask us how to remove pilling from their favorite socks. After all, they were custom made for them and wanting to keep them looking good for as long as possible is a compliment to us.
Pilling (often referred to it as fur balls, fuzz balls, or lint balls) are those unattractive clusters of fiber that appear on the surface of your clothes over time. If you find yourself in a spotty situation, here are some suggestions on how to remove and slow down pilling.
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