Pilling can make your clothes look worn out and shabby. When your clothes are pill-free, they look cleaner and you’ll look more put-together. If you’re frustrated with the pills on your clothes, then Preston Schlueter from Gentleman’s Gazette might have the solution.
Pills are balls that form on fabrics when fibers bunch together. They are sometimes called lints, fuzzballs or bobbles. To understand how to prevent and remove pills, it’s important to know why they form on your clothes. Factors such as textile characteristics and processing affect pilling. Your environment and your wearing habits could also cause more pills to form.
Now that you know why pills form, it’s time to learn pilling prevention. Preston gives a rundown on which fabrics are less likely to pill, and how to choose them when buying. Then he details different tips for washing clothes.
Finally, he talks about pill removal. He mentioned several tools used to remove pills and their alternatives.
If you want your clothes to be pill-free, watch the full video and learn all the steps and tools from the Gentleman’s Gazette.