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Posted on: 7/9/10 8:01 PM
Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people   Very Helpful by 5 people   
Keep a chicken feather on hand as well as a paint brush.
The feather reaches into the tight spaces and collects the lint very well. Now locate the chickens , enjoy the ride in the
country! I also keep a soft one inch brush by the serger as well as a 6 inch feather.

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nancy2001 said...
Great tip.
7/10/10 7:56 AM
JodieT said...
Great idea. I don't have chicken feathers around, but can certainly round up duck feathers! ARKANSAS
7/10/10 2:46 AM
SandiMacD said...
How unique! I never thought of using a feather.
7/10/10 0:53 AM
leapyfrog said...
I have a chicken connection; I will have to give this a try.
7/10/10 0:19 AM
 
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