No one wants to be caught wearing a sweater, slacks or jacket covered with those annoying fuzz balls.
A product called the “Fuzz Wizard" promises to shave those fuzz balls off your clothes. But could the Fuzz Wizard make the cut in our "As Seen on TV" test?
The Fuzz Wizard will work on a number of fabric materials. We have a wool jacket here. We also have a poly-blend sweater. It's got angora, wool and polyester. It's pretty fuzzy as well.
As you can see on the sleeve of this wool jacket, there are fuzz balls just about everywhere. So we’ll see if the Fuzz Wizard can take them off in a wiz.
Well, first shot with the Fuzz Wizard I am very impressed. Take a look. Now you remember this whole surface was covered with fuzz balls and it is clean as a whistle right now, very smooth.
It'll be interesting to see how the Fuzz Wizard handles the poly-blend. Once again, the area that had all the fuzz balls is now smooth and clear and the Fuzz Wizard did a really magnificent job.
You're probably wondering where all the fuzz goes. There's a little compartment here that fills up and you just empty it when it gets full.
I have to admit when I first picked up the Fuzz Wizard I was a tad bit skeptical. But after seeing it in action I'd say it's a wiz and gets the thumbs up.
The Fuzz Wizard runs on two "C" batteries, not included.
I picked mine up at CVS for $10. You can find them in a lot of stores and on the internet.