Make Your Own Lint Rollers


Welcome to Make Your Own Lint Rollers, a blog about lint rollers! If you’re like me, you love your pet dog, but hate when its fur gets all over your clothes. The solution is simple: buy a lint roller.

But what if you want to save money? Well then the solution is to make your own lint roller!

Why would you want to make one? It’s simple: buying them can be expensive, and making them is fun.

I’ll show you how.

Lint rollers are a great tool for removing lint or pet hair from clothing and upholstery. They can be expensive, but you can make your own with common household items. It’s easy to do, and you’ll save money in the process!

You will need:

1. A large sheet of paper

2. Some tape

3. Scissors (optional)

First, you’ll want to cut your paper so that it’s a few inches longer than the length of your hand. If you’re using a full-size sheet of paper, this will mean cutting it in half along the longest side. Your paper should now be 18-20 inches long and 12 inches wide. Roll the paper up into a tube shape so that it is 12 inches long and about 1 inch in diameter. You can use tape to help secure the tube if needed; do not use glue, as this may gum up your lint roller! Then unroll your tube and cut along the seam with scissors so that each end has a clean edge when rolled into a cylinder again.

Now find something cylindrical with a rough surface – like an empty toilet paper roll or wrapping paper tube – and wrap your newly-cut paper around it tightly to

You know those lint rollers that you buy to get cat hair off your clothes? They’re actually really easy to make, and a lot cheaper than buying them! You can use tape, or even duct tape and cardboard.

Why pay for something you can make yourself? This blog will show you how.

Lint rollers are great. They allow you to easily remove lint from your clothes, making them look better and last longer.

Why buy lint rollers when you can make your own?

Using the following steps, you can make your own lint roller for cheap.

1. Buy a roll of standard tape

2. Cut off about 15 feet of tape and place it on a table sticky side up

3. Lay a paper towel over the tape, sticky side down

4. Roll up the paper towel around the tape, forming a lint roller

We all know lint rollers, those sticky paper-covered cylinders that pick up dust and pet hair from our clothes. But have you ever considered making your own?

I’m not talking about buying a store brand lint roller and sticking it in a drawer, but about actually manufacturing them yourself. Some people do this as a hobby, others for profit, but the important thing is that it’s possible to make your own lint rollers in the comfort of your own home without spending hours at a factory. And I’m going to show you how.

What you’ll need:

* 1 empty toilet paper roll or similar cardboard cylinder

* 1 disposable plastic grocery bag (the kind with handles on the sides)

* 1 rubber band

* 1 pair of scissors

Lint rollers are the easy and convenient solution to removing lint, hair and pet hair from your clothing. They are kind of like tape on a handle. You simply roll it over your clothing to pick up all the lint and hair that is stuck to it.

If you have a dog or cat, then you know how annoying it can be to find their fur all over your clothes. If you live in an apartment building with other people, you also may find yourself covered in lint from other people’s clothes.

Since you can’t walk around naked all day (maybe you could, but I don’t recommend it), the best solution is to use a lint roller. These things are amazing! They pick up hair, lint and dust like no other product I’ve ever used. The only problem is they can get expensive if you use them all the time! Even the cheap ones cost about $2 each, which isn’t bad, but if you use two or three a week (like I do), then it starts to add up.

I’ve seen some tutorials online for making your own lint rollers out of tape and a toilet paper roll or paper towel roll. This didn’t really appeal to me though because I thought that would

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