Your new woolen cardigan or your favorite warm sweater suddenly starts to take pills. Those little fluff or dust balls seem to come from nowhere. What do you do about it? How can you prevent this and remove the fluff?
What causes pills on clothes?
The fluff is caused by the friction of the material, which will cause problems with both good and lesser quality clothing. The fibers of the material wrap around each other, something that happens both during washing and wearing. Especially with woolen clothing you suffer from pills. And then around the armpits, on the elbows and on the hand. Because there is a lot of friction there.
How to prevent your clothes from bobbling?
How do you stop your sweaters from pilling?
You cannot prevent pills, but you can ensure that your garment full of pills will look better again. So that you look neat and stylish 😉
Carina van der Kloet is founder and personal stylist. She has twenty years experience. She has given numerous master classes and personal styling advice to thousands of people including management, executives, entrepreneurs, expatriates, diplomats working at various (international) organizations.
Carina van der Kloet grew up in French speaking countries in Africa and in the United States. She speaks English, French and Dutch.
"Carina van der Kloet is an inspiring speaker! With striking examples of how clothing works for you, she knows how to create a pleasant and intimate atmosphere. Great to see how you can create impact with few words."Miranda van Mondfrans, director Pro Assistance BV
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