Reddit Reddit reviews Remington Fuzz-Away Fabric Shaver, RTFS-2

We found 41 Reddit comments about Remington Fuzz-Away Fabric Shaver, RTFS-2. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Remington Fuzz-Away Fabric Shaver, RTFS-2
Lightweight and Perfect for TravelRemoves: Threads, Pills, Fuzz in 1 Easy Step; Works With Any Fabric TypePrecision Safe T Blade Design The rotating t blades quickly remove stray threads and fuzzes without damaging the fabricRemovable Fuzz Compartment Excess fuzz and threads collect in the removable storage compartment for easy disposalRefresh Old Clothes Fabric shaving is a great way to keep clothes looking brand new; Use it for touch ups and for larger tasksMetal Blade Guard The slotted blade guard allows threads and fuzzes to pass through for removal while protecting cloth and fabric
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41 Reddit comments about Remington Fuzz-Away Fabric Shaver, RTFS-2:

u/raptorsdelight · 39 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

I've never tried using a disposable razor before, but I have a "fabric shaver," which has given new life to a ton of my clothes. It works really well for getting off both pills and lint that has woven itself into the fabric.

u/Germaneer · 32 pointsr/IKEA

Looks, like it rubbed on something in the packaging.... this might be your most inexpensive solution:

u/Titaniummike · 28 pointsr/malefashionadvice
u/KinnerNevada · 27 pointsr/lifehacks
u/evilyou · 18 pointsr/malefashionadvice

No recommendations on a specific brand but you could try getting a clothes shaver. They're pretty good about taking the pilling off things that've gone through a dryer.

u/GeoDim · 10 pointsr/Sneakers

I don't know if this can be saved, but a sweater pill remover should help.

u/alkalinelito · 10 pointsr/malefashionadvice
u/[deleted] · 7 pointsr/knitting

You could use a sweater stone or a fabric shaver.

I read the reviews of Caron Simply Soft on ravelry and apparently it is known to have a fuzz halo (probably what makes it soft!) So, it's just the yarn and I wouldn't stress too much about it. Soft yarn = fuzz and pills!

u/tokyorevelation9 · 7 pointsr/Sneakers

This is actually designed to remove pilling. Just lightly rub it over the pilled areas - don't push down hard on the fabric while using it.

u/Dj_Green · 6 pointsr/Sneakers

You can order this from Amazon. Or you can go to Walmart and buy this. I think a lint roller might do the job as well.

u/Mathias_Mouse · 5 pointsr/lifehacks

Can't tell what kind of fabric that is, but if the fabric is smooth (like a typical cotton t-shirt), try a Fabric Defuzzer. I used it to remove those annoying white piles (pills?). Used on my gf's bra. While she's wearing it.
Jk about the last part.

u/OITD · 5 pointsr/hockeyjerseys

Use the first method. The second (like a sweater/fabric shaver) works best on pilling, not pulls in fabric.

u/periwinkleravenclaw · 5 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I have no idea, but this is the one that I have:

I apparently purchased it in 2013 and haven't had any problems with it.

u/poopmanscoop · 4 pointsr/Sneakers

You need to get your hands on a sweater shaver. A buddy of mine fixed the suede inserts on his seats that looked just like this. Then you can use a suede brush to make it look like new.

u/raijba · 3 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I use this battery operated fabric shaver and it works really well. My backpack still causes more pilling even after the first shave, so the pilling problem is ongoing. If using such a shaver, you have to be careful that you don't shave too much as it can put a hole in your fabric if it's thin enough or has been shaved too many times.

u/vivagypsy · 2 pointsr/AskWomen

Here's a link to one

I use my grandmas which is old and not able to be destroyed so I don't know if the new ones are of good quality. I use it weekly though. Sweaters, socks, blankets, chub Rub in yoga pants that make them pill, etc. extends the life of my clothes by a lot.

u/asdfjklOHFUCKYOU · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

fabric shavers! link Just don't press too hard and run over the same spot multiple times or you may create holes in your sweaters.

u/informareWORK · 2 pointsr/goodyearwelt
u/camhabib · 2 pointsr/arcteryx

Just get a pill shaver. It has nothing to do with Arc’teryx at all, it’s just a basic property of fabric that’ll happen to just about anything sooner or later.

u/kindalatetotheparty · 2 pointsr/clothdiaps

I opted not to use it because I had enough diapers. I’m sure you could still use it. I would just be concerned about eventual build up causing absorbency/ repelling issues.

You could try “shaving” off the stain. If it’s like the stain I have, it’s kind of rough and just on top of the fibers. So, a clothing pill shaver might work.

u/Dezember_Zwolf · 2 pointsr/streetwear

not for the discoloration but lint shaver is rly nice for this type of thing
i got mine for 2 bucks at a japanese tenso but this should be the same thing

u/dthai17 · 1 pointr/frugalmalefashion

Fabric shavers.

Here is one

u/bodybyxbox · 1 pointr/FrugalFemaleFashion

Thrift store cashmere. You can almost always find real cashmere sweaters at the thrift shop. They end up there because 1) they are pilling or 2) they are sporting a few moth holes. Buy a cheap electric depiller from amazon. Then learn to thread a needle; holes in wool are super easy to hand sew.

u/dontshootiamempty · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

If you have high carpet, you can use a fuzz shaver. I just had my house painted and used something like this to shave the carpet fibers that had the paint spots. Worked a lot better than stain remover that just spreads the paint to a larger spot and also bleaches the carpet.

u/DoveNotChicken · 1 pointr/diytailor

You need a sweater shaver. No that’s not a typo. This is an example. They are really effective at cutting this stuff off, just don’t push too hard or you could break the fabric surface.

u/Irvine949 · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice
u/wafflepizza · 1 pointr/lifehacks
u/zorgtron · 1 pointr/NoStupidQuestions

You could try washing and drying it first to see if it cuts down on the fluff. If that doesn't work, you could try using a sweater shaver to take off the extra fluff.

u/digitalyss · 1 pointr/NoStupidQuestions

The fuzzies are called pilling, and you have to shave them off. There are fabric shavers you can get for pretty cheap

u/elementality22 · 1 pointr/rawdenim

I've got three cats, no amount of lint rolling gets all the fuzz and hair off my clothes. It's just something you have to go with. If a regular lint roller doesn't cut it you could try one of these automated lint removers mainly for pilling on fabric, though. Or one of these magic lint brushes

u/dedlewamp · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Fabric shaver

They make shavers designed especially for this purpose.

u/companionquandary · 1 pointr/knitting

I got this [fabric shaver](Remington Fuzz-Away Fabric Shaver, RTFS-2 to depill my scrubs but I have also used it on knit items it works pretty well unless you have very large pills

u/upthereitstheirtime · 1 pointr/howto

This. You would have to cut off the longer threads though, so it doesnt grab them and cause runs in the fabric. These things are awesome.
Remington Fuzz-Away Fabric Shaver, RTFS-2

u/poorwhitecash · 0 pointsr/ThriftStoreHauls

I use this little cheap Remington one.. works great