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It probably wouldn't work as well, because the bristles are too stiff and too short. Also, my brush is very slightly curved, which somehow helps bring the dust up.If that's the case, could you use a horsehair shoe brush?
I have never felt the need for anything else, but of course 90% of what I wear is wool or a wool blend. My linens and cottons are light-colored enough that I have to have them cleaned much more often than my woolens. Therefore the brush gets less use.I was thinking perhaps one could find a set of brushes, or is the one brush you use, Manton, sufficient?
Not me. I don't think it would really do anthing. The surface is so smooth, and the weave is so tight, that I doubt the bristles would have much effect.Do you use a clothes brush on your cotton shirts?
I've got a horn covered one that is old, and a newer one that I ordered from Kent Brushes (and from which I obtained a 20% discount with the code GBK1777). They ship to the US, they're the oldest brush maker still in existence, and I think they make a great line of products.Do any of you own clothes brushes, and if so, would you recommend the ones you use?