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Dog Hair Remover

$24.95
Dog Hair Remover
Dog Hair Remover
$24.95

ChomChom Roller Dog Hair Remover, Cat Hair Remover, Pet Hair Remover

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Dog Hair Remover is awsome. If your thinking “I bet that’s just another thingy made of that lint remover fuzz” You’re right. Same stuff. But that’s not the end of it. It’s the design that makes it work.

That lint remover fuzz stuff is separated by a rubber strip that will remind you of a winshield cleaning tool. It divides the lint remover wheel in two. Then it’s the back and forth motion that pull up hair and lint and throws it up into the chamber on each stroke.

The lint remover part is perfectly clean after a stroke across the couch. It just works. And when you go to empty the chamber, it’s full. It leaves nothing behind to frustrate you.

You don’t have to pick at it. You don’t have to pick at the furniture where it missed something. I was using a vacuum and sticky tape and having a hard time doing a couch and love seat and it took over 30 minutes. And it was aggravating.

I didn’t look forward to the job. And we have 5 cats! I bought this thinking I’d regret it. Nope. Now I do the job easily in less than 10 minutes. I don’t have to go over places I just cleaned.

The dang thing actually works. I think I’ll get another in case they stop making it because I’ve never seen a product like this that actually does what it claims it does.

No wonder there are so many positive reviews. They aren’t phony either. I found that out myself. If you struggle cleaning because of pets, just get one. You’ll be glad you did.

Promised Review By R. Childers
Pros
  • Works exceptionally well at getting cat hair off low-pile rugs, upholstered chairs, and cat towers
  • Easy to clean out the compartment
  • Comes in an XL broom size so you don’t have to get on your hands and knees to do the carpet
  • No roller paper or refills to deal with
Cons
  • Doesn’t work on cat whiskers (my male cat sheds eyebrows and whiskers with some frequency)
  • Doesn’t work on coarse dog hair (similar in weight to cat whiskers)
  • The roller wears out after about 4 months of consistent use (if cost is a concern, this is a con but some, such as myself, are more able to be satisfied with a 4 month product at $25 ergo, it is a possible pro)
  • Doesn’t work on fabrics that are more “grabby” than the roller itself.
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