Sometimes you don’t need ALL of my sticky awesomeness. Roll me over a little bit of lint or any upholstered surface to make me less sticky.
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As a rule, we’re not picky roommates. A drawer or hook out of direct sunlight is prime living quarters for your Sticky Roller friends.
We live to help, so keep one handy in each room for quick clean ups and continuous rolling for bigger jobs. Speaking of bigger jobs, try our Large Sticky Roller for faster household pick-ups!
Lint down the drain can be a pain, especially after a marathon cleaning session. My friends like to use drain screens to catch what I pick up. You can find them for cheap at your local dollar store or big mart. After you’ve given me a nice bath, simply empty the screen into the compost pile or trash bin and, voila!, a drain your plumber would be proud of.
Do you have a favorite Sticky Roller trick or tip? We’d love to hear it!
“Versatility” is my middle name! I love rolling around in cotton, corduroy, micro suede, fleece, wool, denim, knits, velour, tweed, polyester, spandex, felted wool, felt, and flannel to name a few. I also work great on suede jackets, hats, and boots!
With any lint roller it’s always a good idea to test first on a small hidden area, just to be safe. Some synthetics are loosely woven and rolling can cause bald spots. Yikes!
Where you do use your Sticky Roller? We’d love to see! Tag us #thestickyroller #picksupeverythingbutthekitchensink
My eco-friendly design makes clean up a snap with hot water (not too hot) and a little rubbing. If your Sticky Roller isn’t coming clean, add a drop of blue Dawn® detergent and rub in one direction to remove lint and debris from your roller. I love a good massage!
Still having trouble? I’m backed by the best guarantee ever. Contact my pal Kathy and she’ll get a replacement head to you quicker than you can say “picks up everything but the kitchen sink!”
Learn more about our amazing guarantee here.