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    Theres like a velour strip that goes round the inside of the door frame and it agrivates the hell out of me coz its always picking up jumper hairs. I brush it off but I'm worried the repeated brushings going too wear it away. What do other people do/use?
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    Have you tried one of those stick roller things for getting fluff of clothes.

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    Don't wear woolly jumpers? A nice smart sweatshirt will keep you just as warm without the shedding issue..

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    Excellent yes, a sweatshirt. Maybe I could get a vauxhall one, then carefully remove the vauxhall badge off the front so people would wonder?
    The tapes a good idea too but it might scare my hamster. I'll give it a go (the tape not the hamster).

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