Lint Roller for Pillows

Spring Cleaning with Evercare

Spring is all about opening the windows and doors, welcoming in the warmer weather, and spring cleaning. After being home all winter, you may want to deep clean. If you have a decent cleaning routine, try adding a lint roller to your cleaning supplies. This can be a game-changer for any area of your home.

Living Room

  1. Lampshades: Lampshades are not something you clean often because they can be a challenge. We recommend you use a lint roller to easily remove dust, bringing more light into your living space.
  2. Curtains: When cleaning your curtains and drapes with a vacuum, you may find it sucks up the material more than it cleans. Try using the Evercare Mega Roller to help reach tall windows and drapes to remove dust.
  3. Couch Cushions and Pillows: Remove the cushions to clean underneath. First, use a handheld vacuum to clean any large debris, then use a lint roller to clean up any finer dust particles that the vacuum may have missed. Replace the cushions and use a lint roller to remove dust and pet hair from the cushions and pillows.


  1. Kitchen Drawers: Tear a sheet off your lint roller to help reach into the corners of your drawers to remove any loose crumbs from snacks and food that may be hard to pick up.
  2. Bedding: Freshly washed linens can have lint stuck to the surfaces. Use a lint roller to remove anything the dryer didn’t catch or didn’t fall away when air-dried.


  1. Sink/Vanity: Short hair and beard trimmings can go everywhere. Use a lint roller to collect the hair like you would glitter or confetti.
  2. Bath Mats: Before vacuuming your bathmats use the Evercare Mega Roller to clean up any loose hair. This will save you from having to clear hair from your vacuum later.