Anyway, I also wanted to try it out on my smaller quilts which hang on the walls in the house. Do you know it was perfect. I kid you not. There is a special tool for dusting flat surfaces and it has a very soft underneath which I used actually on the quilts and it removed all of the small particles of dust without dragging the fabric or distressing it at all.
|Quilt based on the ceiling at Sizergh Castle, Cumbria|
The photo shows the tool and I had just used it to remove some dog hair, yes Bella had jumped on the bed and she is quite hairy at the moment because being a Border Terrier she will need stripping in about 4 weeks as she has to be done twice a year.
|Irish Chain quilt with Dyson tool|
|One of the 'Sizergh' stags after cleaning.|
|Fuji Autumn had a clean too|