Mrs Hinch fan shares cheap and simple hack for making clothes fuzz-free and mums are raving about it

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A Mrs Hinch fan has discovered a genius way to remove annoying bobbles which often form on clothes, and it’s so quick and easy.

The lady in question took to the Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips Facebook page to share her discovery, leaving fans raving about the amazing method.

She simply took a razor and used it to remove all the bobbles from her clothes, after tirelessly hunting for a method to get fuzz off her son’s jumpers.

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The mum penned on Facebook: "I have 2 sons aged 5 & 9 and their uniform still fits from last year.

"It’s not discoloured, just bobbly. I bought the JML Bobble Off and it took me over an hour to do one and to be honest it didn’t look great after.

"So my partner suggested to shave it using a razor! It’s so quick and looks so much better.

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"Just thought I’d share to see if it can save anyone else some money too! The price of uniform seems to go up and up every year!"

And it turns out the woman who shared the nifty, cheap hack wasn’t alone when it came to the clothing trick, with other mums chiming in to say they do the same thing.

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One woman commented: “Been doing this for years, it's great.”

A second lady seemed very pleased with the insider tip, saying: “Thank you for sharing. My cushions are bobbly and didn't know what to use.”

However, it seems the razor method could have a potential downside, with some saying it made holes in their clothes.

“I have used this method, but be careful it is easy to make a hole,” wrote one, while someone else added: “Be careful if it’s a really sharp one not to cut it as I’ve managed to make a hole in my winter dress once.”

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A third person added: “I’ve done this a few times and also managed to cut a few things.”

So there you have it! A quick and simple way to remove clothing bobbles, just watch for the razor being too sharp to avoid holes in clothes.

And if you do want to err on the side of caution then you could opt for Argos’ £8 Bobble Off Lint Remover which does the trick too, despite it not being as fast an option.

A savvy mum took to popular Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK to rave about the product after it left her sofa bobble-free in no time.

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