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Scotch Brite Lint Roller Remover 5 Rolls 85 Sheets Each Roll Remove Pet Hair
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Pet Hair Remover Scotch
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Many people suggest that you use some sort of sticky tape, such as scotch tape, to remove pet hair from your upholstery, but we warn you to be careful with this technique. You see, if you use sticky tape on certain fabrics you eventually might damage the upholstery. This is why we recommend the previous methods as the risk of actually damaging the fabric are very low. Scotch 849SKC-5 FurFighter Hair Remover, 5-Sheet Picks up pet hair and dander that vacuum cleaners leave behind Removes embedded p
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This is the best pet hair remover I have ever tried.


I have tried every other brand of pet hair roller, but nothing holds up as well as the Scotch brand. Every other roller it seems you have to keep on going over the surface again and again to pick up the hair, but not with this one. One swipe and the hair is picked up.

I use it on our suede couch since nothing else seems to do the trick. One roll with a fresh piece is all you need! I've also used it on clothing and a knitted quilt with a lot of success.

My dog, a Beagle, even likes the roller in the spring when she is shedding. She likes it like she is getting brushed. It is actually kind of weird. I will roll her like I would brush her to remove the extra hair she is shedding. She loves it.

I think if Scotch came out with more products relating to pet hair, I would definitely try them!

Thanks Victoria for sharing your Scotch pet hair remover roller review.

Has anyone else used this product, or something else that has worked well for them for removing pet hair from various surfaces? If so, please , to tell us more about it. If you are looking for something simpler and smaller than a vacuum cleaner you might want to consider Scotch-Brite Fur Fighter Hair Remover. It works great on your upholstery in your home or car. It has no problem removing embedded hair as well hair along the seams and between cushions. The kit comes with the pet hair removal tool and 36 refill sheets which should last you for a while.This kit from Scotch-Brite provides everything you need for speedy and efficient removal of hair from upholstery, furniture, and carpeting. The FurFighter technology is some of the best on the market, and very popular among consumers, thanks to its Microtrap design that utilizes thousands of small rubber fingers to grip the most embedded fur and pull it away. It acts as a sort of brush that you can gently use on all your fabric surfaces that need cleaning. This starter kit comes complete with 1 handle and 5 sheets. You’re going to see hair removal power that works 3 times better than a lint roller. If you have allergies, then this kit is a must for removing dander; one of the leading causes of allergic reactions. The FurFighter makes it incredibly easy to clean everything that the vacuum leaves behind, including fur in those hard to reach spaces. Finally get your house looking clean again with the help of this tool, and you won’t feel so embarrassed the next time the neighbors come over for dinner. The goal of the research was to test the claims of the Pledge Fabric Sweeper for Pet Hair. The product has two fabric-covered rollers that pick up and collect the fur into a small container, and product information states that one Pledge Fabric Sweeper picks up as much pet hair as 145 sticky roller sheets! Deitrick tested the Pledge product against three other products: Scotch’s Lint Roller, Scotch’s Pet Hair Roller and the Scotch Fur Fighter Hair Remover. The first two are adhesive rollers and the last product is similar, but uses sheets of a rubber fiber textured pad to collect fur. According to Deitrick, and as many people have experienced, the three products all work well in removing hair, but require users to pause to peel off a sheet once it’s become covered in fur (often very quickly) in order to get to the next sheet to use.