Watch This: 19 Household Uses for a Lint Roller

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Ah, the lint roller. It’s hard to remember how we removed fuzz and pet hair from our clothing before it entered our lives.

This little modern-day miracle can do a lot more than de-lint your clothes, though.

You can use a lint roller around the house for everything from removing pet hair from furniture to lifting dust from delicate items like lampshades, says cleaning expert Melissa Maker, author of “Clean My Space: The Secret to Cleaning Better, Faster, and Loving Your Home Every Day.”

Watch this video from Clean My Space, Maker’s YouTube channel, to learn plenty of other ways you can use a lint roller at home:

For more ways to get more use out of items you already own, check out “11 Secret Uses for Everyday Items That Will Save You Money.”

Have you ever used a lint roller for something besides removing lint from clothing? Share with us by commenting below or on the Money Talks News Facebook page.

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