Classic Carder Finishing Brush
I really strongly recommend the Classic Carder Finishing Brush which sits on the back of the carder and pushes down all the fluff being carded. This allows you to fit more on, making your carder more economical and the slightly more compressed batts (still very light and airy) seem to come off cleaner.
The finishing brush is particularly useful when carding fine fibres as it pushes them into the pins on the drum, making room for subsequent layers. Fibres such as alpaca and angora tend to sit on the top of the pins – further layers have nowhere to go and can gather on the licker-in