28 Dec 2005 10:19
you can buy a de-bobbler from most clothes stores, it just simply takes off the bobbles
28 Dec 2005 10:41
cool, i think i've seen them, i take it the garment is proper fucked otherwise right?
28 Dec 2005 11:22
if its not 100% natural fibres (i.e. wool, cotton or mix of both) unfortunately my experience is that these non-natural fabcric jumpers ALWAYS bobble.
Seeing as its Reiss its probabbly %100 wool. But yes you can use de-bobbler.
28 Dec 2005 18:01
used a razor on my scarf. worked!
28 Dec 2005 19:25
Reiss 100% merino wool extra fine
just popped into h&m, garments are also made in turkey…
30 Dec 2005 09:25
I was just wondering the same thing, some of my Smedley knits and the H&m smedleyesque knits have started to bobble. Thanks!
26 Jan 2015 11:59
Need a de-bobbler, any recommendations that won't shred my jumpers?
posted 26 Jan 2015 21:27, edited 26 Jan 2015 21:27
shaver is better as combing just creates a thinner brushed up layer of fluff after on finer fabrics, mohair cashmere ect