How To Clean Velcro – Quick and Easy Tip

We bought Max a winter coat from Value Village this year.  It is a down-filled, navy blue, puffy coat from The Gap and only cost us $7.99.  The only thing that bothered us was how terrible the Velcro looked.  Velcro filled with lint and debris from the dryer can make a coat look old, dirty and unattractive.  I tried picking it out with my fingers and quickly found that to be inefficient and painful so we turned to Google.  Don’t you love Google?

Josh clicked on the first link in the search, Clean Velcro, and told me to use the teeth on a tape roll.  I was confused until I actually picked up the tape roll and realized it was the perfect solution.  Quick, easy and very efficient!

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