How To Remove Pet Hair
You can use the brush on furniture, bedding, curtains, rugs, pet beds and more
Use in a circular or side to side brushing motion
Slightly dampen bristles with water for best results
Occasionally vacuum bristles to keep brush like new for years
Faster way than a sticky roller
Easy to clean
Finds fur and dander other products miss
Safe for all fabrics
Brush works in any direction
Ergonomic handle for easy sweeping
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All the benefits of the brush
Great for pets with short, straight, or wire coats
Vacuum first to remove as much dirt and pet hair as possible
Use any part of the rubber blade to briskly sweep and drag pet hair into a pile to be vacuumed up
Use short, quick strokes from varying directions to loosen the most stubbornly embedded pet hair
Occasionally use a clean, damp cloth to wipe accumulated dirt and dust from blade to maintain maximum cleaning power
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