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Sweater Stone

Sweater Stone

Sweater Stone

Regular price $10.25
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This sweater stone is an easy and natural way to remove pilling from your clothes. It is made out of fine and compacted pumice stone and is a healthier alternative to using dry cleaners.


How To

Gently move across sweaters or fabrics to shave away unseemly pills.


Sweater Stone consists of a “pumice-like” material, made from cellular glass. Cellular glass has recycled glass and sand as base materials, supplemented by mineral substances and other natural materials.

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  • Where

    At Home Compostable

  • How

    Cardboard outer box is recyclable. Stone can be ground up and mixed into soil or will naturally dissipate over time.

  • End of Life

    We want to ensure that you feel confident about what to do with our products if or when they reach obsolescence.

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  • Green Box Compost

    No compost? No Problem.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Works well!

I’m happy with this purchase…. It helps with sweaters that have pilled

Works Perfectly!

Highly recommend. Does exactly what it is intended to do.

it's just a pumice stone

It works great to clean pills from your sweaters but it's just a pumice stone. Buy one for a dollar elsewhere rather than spend nearly $10 for a "specialized item".

An Amazing Item!!

At first, I wasn’t sure if I would like it: then I used it. Y’all, this stone is amazing!! It takes pills off my coats, sweaters (even one I’ve had for a few years now), and more! I highly recommend. The only thing I don’t like is that it was wrapped in plastic, but since it’s keeping it safe during shipping, that’s okay!

Lisa Parker
Gets pills off fleece cloths

I just got new sweaters so they have not pilled yet but my fleece and microfiber cloths have been pilling. I used the sweater stone to get them out and it did a great job. I could be rougher with a fleece cloth but it didn't do anything but pull the fabric a bit and "scraped" off the pills. It left a grit behind. Next time I will put a towel underneath. The grit fell right off the cloth I was de-pilling and swept up neatly off my washer (where I was testing it). It is doing as I need it to and I haven't even got to the sweaters yet!