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    Exclamation Megs interior brush (Warning)

    As a fan of all things Megs, I bought there interior brush for fabrics ect. My Centre arm rest needed a bit of work as its full of flour and dust and looking a bit milky if rubbed with your nail. Gave it a going over with the megs brush and you should have seen the dust fly out of it. Then I noticed a bad thing, the brush has completely bobbled the hole surface. Totally gutted, one step forward one step back. Don't really know what to do bar get a new one. Am going to take my hair clippers to it I think, but I might have to do it after dark as the curtain twitchers would have a field day with that. God knows what they would make of and extension lead to the car with me trimming my interior with some hair clippers.
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    Any ideas chaps?

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    try gently shaving it with a new stanley knife blade

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    If you do the hair-clipper thing make sure you take some pics and put together a how 2!

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    Daft idea too but what about trying a razor as in wet shaving razor( dry that is not wet the armrest).

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    You need to get a DE-BOBBLE</IMG> thingy. My Mum has one. But i dont know the real name of it. It's a little battery operated hand held thing that has a rounded end with hole's in it and blades inside that cut away the bobbles.

    Hope you find what i'm on about. My Mum swear's by it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed taylor View Post
    Daft idea too but what about trying a razor as in wet shaving razor( dry that is not wet the armrest).
    Would make the neighbours even more worried if they saw him spraying Gillette on his armrest!

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    i can see a trimmer snagging it

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    Shan, I think you mean the Remington Fuzz away http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Remington-Fuzz...QQcmdZViewItem
    yep that looks the job, LOL at the wet razor, might take it to the barbers to get a cut throat job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed taylor View Post
    Daft idea too but what about trying a razor as in wet shaving razor( dry that is not wet the armrest).
    We do this with our berets and it works a treat so should work well on this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark1319 View Post
    We do this with our berets and it works a treat so should work well on this.
    Looks like it might work then.

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