I have two big hairy dogs, 1 white and 1 black. My car carpet is black and the white hair was visable, after a few swipes the white and black hair came up, not all but did a good job.
It is great to find a lint/hair/fur remover that works, has no plastic parts, doesn't require a lot of unsustainable products or packaging. Thanks
I came across this and was excited to try it. I filed it down to make it smooth. I tested it on a section of my sweater and a section of my sheets before using. It did great on both sections that I tested it on. Well after using it on both items, it had destroyed my sweater and my sheets. I would NOT recommend this product!
I was skeptical when I first got this, but OMG! This tool is a must for any pet parent. It took off the excessive cat fur at the bottom of my curtains with such ease. I was never so happy then when I found this gem. Highly recommend! :)
not crazy about this product. I thought it was a spongy type and it is hard and gritty. Not that easy to use.
Exceeded expectations. I have a white and brindle greyhound that can shed like crazy at times. The back of my SUV is black carpet. Needless to say, it was covered with white fur. This tool removed every bit hair in just a few minutes. Light weight, easy to handle and the fur comes off the tool with no effort. Works better than a vacuum. Well worth the money.
This pet hair removal sponge is an amazing way to remove dog hair from clothing.
I own 2 of these, and keep them near my cats 2 favorite chairs. They work great on upholstery, but would be too rough to use on clothing.
It feels like a pumice stone that you use on your feet. It does not remove any hairs on the surfaces that I tried it on (blanket, pillows, sofa). Furthermore its so rough (like a pumice stone) that I am afraid if I apply pressure its going to break the surfaces I am using it on. I was really hoping it would work. I dont understand why it has so many good reviews.
This is a small tool for getting hair off a carpet! I find it's more effective and easier to scrape the carpet with my shoe, then use this to pull off some of the clumps I've scraped together. But then the hair doesn't come off of the tool as easily as the product's video promotion shows. Maybe I can use it as a nail file or pumice stone instead.