Specially designed nylon bristles are gentle on sweater weaves but tough on pills.
Lilly Brush will not shave a hole in your sweater. See more >
Soft bristles that don’t snag.
Tidy lid closure allows you to use Lilly Brush on the go.
Never toss or donate expensive natural fiber sweaters again!
Lilly Brush works on 100 percent natural fibers including cotton, wool, cashmere, See more >
angora, silk, hemp and alpaca.
Simple! Hold the affected garment on a firm surface. Applying moderate pressure, sweep See more >
Lilly Brush across pilled areas in any direction. For best results, occasionally pinch and discard the collected pills from the surface of the brush throughout the de-pilling operation.
Lilly Brush works well as an on-the-go lint and pet hair remover Using moderate pressure, See more >
briskly sweep Lilly Brush over clothing or even upholstery fabrics. For washable fabrics, dampen Lilly Brush to eliminate static electricity which will in turn prevent more lint and pet hair from being attracted to your garment.
Wash Lilly Brush with water and light soap, then tap briskly to disengage any See more >
remaining sweater or lint fibers with the excess water. Allow Lilly Brush to dry thoroughly before placing the cover over the brush.
Sweater pills form when the ends of knitted fibers work loose from the weave of the garment. Friction across these See more >
loose ends pull them further and further out until they form knotted bundles of fiber on the surface of the sweater.
Unsightly pilling on acrylic, nylon, and polyester garments See more >
is all too common, but sadly, not easily or safely solvable. The length and strength of artificial fibers work to hold pills tightly to the surface of these garments. Effective de-pilling options are limited to products that sand or shave the pills from the affected clothing. In contrast, natural fibers like wool, cashmere and cotton are shorter and more fragile so pills are better removed with safer and less aggressive methods such as Lilly Brush.
No, sweaters will pill with wear no matter how you clean them. Many dry-cleaners actually include de-pilling in theirSee more >
price for sweater cleaning.