Little balls of fuzz, or pills, can build up on the fabric of some of your favourite clothing items. Sweaters and jackets are particularly susceptible to them, but you can easily remove them with the scrubbing side of a dry sponge.
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Pills can make your clothing look more worn down that it really is, so Cambria Bold at The Kitchn suggests you use a typical kitchen item in a different way. Grab one of those half-and-half sponges with a rough, scrubbing side. Make sure it's clean and dry, then gently rub the textured side of the sponge along the fabric of your clothing item. The pills might get caught in the sponge material, but you can make this one your dedicated de-pilling sponge. If you don't have the right sponge lying around, you can also use a disposable razor or a pumice stone to get the job done.