It began with a few bobbles from furniture that were left on the floor, and soon other people were leaving their furniture bobbles on the floor. Soon the bobbles were spread across the floor, and the centre of the house became the place to sit and read.
Bobbles are tiny things that you can find on your furniture. Their purpose is to give people something to play with while they are sitting on the couch, reading a book, or watching TV.
However, bobbles can cause many problems. They can stick to buttons and make them hard to press, which can be very frustrating for the person using the remote. They can also cause problems for the person using the remote because when the bobble gets stuck, it often moves around, and the person using the remote has to try and find the shape of the bobble in order to ‘push’ it away again.
Bobbles, or pilling, is a common problem in porous surfaces, such as wood. When the fibres of a surface break or become frayed from normal wear and tear, they can leave behind a kind of fluff that looks similar to bobbly clothing. Bobbles and pilling are especially common in wooden furniture, as the porous surface means that items can become unevenly worn and lose their shape.
How many times have you sat down on an uncomfortable chair, only to feel the bobbly bits of foam on the seat? Or how many times have you gotten a head of hair on your chair, only to find the bobbles and wisps of fluff within days? The truth is that we don’t always realise how our chairs are ageing, but those old and sagging chairs are bringing us down. It is time for us to take action. Here’s how to remove bobbles from the furniture.
Use a razor: If you’ve ever seen bobbles or pilling on your furniture, you know how annoying they are: they make your favourite furniture look old and ugly. One of the keys to removing bobbles and pilling is to use a razor. You can use a razor to remove pilling from mattresses, pillows, and even door edges, but if you’re using a razor to remove bobbles from furniture, you’ll need to be extra careful. A razor can dull after a few uses, so use it only in areas that you know are safe. And always use a sharp razor that you know won’t dull.
Use a knife: There are many uses for a knife in your kitchen, and one of them is to remove pilling from cotton, wool, and other fabrics. By removing bobbles and getting rid of pilling on furniture, you can avoid costly replacements and make your house look neat and clean.
Bobbles, pilling, and scuffs are among the features most people hate about their homes. Many people have tried to remove it with a vacuum cleaner, but this takes time and is not always reliable. Another best way that you can go for to remove bobbles and pilling is to use a knife.
Use a hair roller: If you’re like many of us, your home is filled with items that have acquired pilling or other damage. The problem is that there is no quick or easy way to fix them! Sure, as we’ve told you, you can use a razor or knife to scrape at the damage, but sometimes that doesn’t always work, and it leaves you with unsightly marks and nicks left behind.
If you have furniture that has started to wear and become less comfortable, look no further than a hair roller. Not only will it help your furniture look new and fresh, but it will also make your life easier by removing the bobbles and pilling without the use of a traditional vacuum cleaner.
Use a hair roller to remove loose, depressed, or overstuffed bobbles and pilling from the furniture. You don’t need to baby your furniture: All the hair rollers out there are made of the same materials—soft, closed-cell foam, latex, or vinyl—that baby’s hair is made of.
We recommend using a Velcro hair roller (or “Velcro roller”). It is a hair styling tool that uses the same principle as Velcro – but instead of being strong, it just has small sticky elements. Velcro is strong, but it’s also made up of small protruding elements, so they can be pulled apart easily.