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qwertyas

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I accidentally stored my suit without putting it in a garment bag and now its got dust on it. is it ok to clean using a regular lint roller?
 

KObalto

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How many dusts?
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Get a clothes brush.
 

qwertyas

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I don't have a good clothes brush and I need to use my suit soon. I'm guess a lint roller isnt optimal but will it damage my suit?
 

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Originally Posted by qwertyas
I don't have a good clothes brush and I need to use my suit soon. I'm guess a lint roller isnt optimal but will it damage my suit?

it shouldn't (at least not with minimal use and assuming you are talking about a typical wool garment), but you might as well get a brush.
 

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