Does anyone have a clever way to clean velcro?

Does anyone have a clever way to clean velcro?

This is a discussion on Does anyone have a clever way to clean velcro? within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; By clean I mean getting out all the linty stuff that gets caught in it. Thanks in advance for any ideas....

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    Does anyone have a clever way to clean velcro?

    By clean I mean getting out all the linty stuff that gets caught in it.

    Thanks in advance for any ideas.


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    A needle works or a stiff hairbrush depending on how bad it is ? Girlfriend had a good idea, a lint roller might work ?
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    rub it on a porcupine!

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    Low tech but effective solution is to use your thumb and forefinger and simply pick the stuff out. I have a pair of very hairy dogs (Newfoundlands) and their fur is constantly fouling my velcro closures on various coats etc. Just pluck it out!
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    Use a plastic comb and "rake" the stuff out of the hooks.
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    Use a good fine tooth plastic comb.
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    I use something like this, similar to a typewriter cleaning brush..

    http://www.solobrushes.com/Family.as...1ID=3&Cat2ID=4
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    Use a plastic comb and "rake" the stuff out of the hooks.
    Use a good fine tooth plastic comb.
    This is what I've done, but be gentle on the "Hook" side or you can loose the "stickiness" by tearing or straightening the "Hooks".


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    Wire bristle pet brush.

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    Replace it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExSoldier View Post
    Low tech but effective solution is to use your thumb and forefinger and simply pick the stuff out.
    This works for me...
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    Another piece of hook velcro used like a brush.

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    I used a dog shed brush with good results. You have to find the ones that have the sharp wire ends. The coated end ones won't work.

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