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Furemover Broom with Squeegee made from 100% Rubber, Multi-Surface and Pet Hair Removal, Extends from 3 ft. to 6 ft.
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- Unique broom with soft bristles made from 100-percent natural rubber
- Removes hair, lint, dust, and dirt from clothing, upholstery, and carpet
- Use wet to clean cars and boats, built-in squeegee for cleaning windows, can be used on hardwood floors
- Durably designed, fully washable and hygienic, telescoping handle
- Measures 12 by 32 to 60 inches
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|Item Dimensions||1.65 x 36.9 x 7.9 in||16 x 2.37 x 64.5 in||4.4 x 40.7 x 4.3 in||1.65 x 15 x 37.5 in|
|Item Weight||1.4 lbs||2.56 lbs||3 lbs||0.67 lb|
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|Style Name||—||—||Casual||2 Silicone Heads + Microfiber Cleaning Cloth|
Rubber hair removal broom with built-in squeegee. Pet cleaning product features extendable handle. Can be used wet or dry. Attracts dirt, pet hair, dust and garden leaves. This multi-surface broom can be used indoors on carpet, tile, linoleum, hardwood and even shower floors. Also use outdoors on patios, garage floors and more. Pull broom for best results! Patented.
To put the handle on the rake head, apply a little soap/detergent and water to the black threaded end of the handle. Expand the handle enough to leave a good gripping area on the thin end of the handle. Push the threaded end of the handle into the round opening in the head and rotate the handle clockwise until the thread grips into the grooves in the head. Keep turning until most of the thread is embedded. It is easier to attach the rake head with two people, with one holding the head and the other turning the handle. This is designed to be very tight so that the handle and rake head will not separate during use.
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The photo is from out dogs favorite spot on the carpet and we couldn't see ANY hair when I started raking!!!
There are other carpet rakes and carpet brooms out there that use metal tines, and while I appreciated the sturdy look of it, I noted the reviewers that had issues with the rakes 'jumping' or catching on the carpet. I haven't tried and of the metal carpet rakes, and I don't think I will, since this broom is exactly what I needed. Other products may be effective, but I know with certainty that this one is. I chose this broom because it is marketed specifically as a fur remover and because of the positive reviews describing it, so I'm here to add one more.
Like other reviews have noted, this broom is at it's most effective on pet hair when the rubber blade is used, as opposed to the rubber bristles. I was very, very skeptical that the solution to my pet hair problem was something as ludicrous as squeegeeing my carpet, but the results are undeniable. The bristle side does a bit of hair removal, but it often tosses hair out of the way or into the air. I find it's best to use the blade side, and then once everything is clean, to 'fluff' the carpet with the bristles. It makes it look very new and fresh.
It's important to note that while this is very effective and very cheap, it's not a miracle. Using this broom on carpet does take a measure more energy than sweeping a smooth floor. As a healthy 24 year old, this did tire me out after 20-30 minutes of work. If you are not fully able-bodied, or just aren't looking to work that hard to save the money, a powerful vacuum cleaner may still be your wisest choice. Also, most non-hair objects will be bounced around by this broom rather than sweeping them up into a pile. In an odd way I was fortunate that all the hair I swept actually trapped a lot of other things inside it as I swept, but you're likely still going to need a vacuum cleaner to take care of the rest. Personally, I plan to purchase a small 20 dollar shop-vac as a companion to this broom, especially because right now I have to just pick up the wads of hair with my hands.
The picture I've attached is what I swept from only about a quarter of my apartment. I lured my 40 pound dog into posing next to the hair I extracted for scale and for humorous effect. I also attached a before and after picture of a small section of carpet under my desk. This should highlight the improvement in hair (And even some other debris) removal, as well as how the bristles where able to easily fluff back up a section of carpet that had been pressed down over many months by a heavy metal power strip.
Note that in the 'after' picture you can notice some hair still at the baseboard. This is just because It's difficult for me to reach under my desk, and not because there's any difficulty the broom itself has getting close to objects.
I hope this gives anyone curious a full run-through of what the broom is actually capable of.
Pros: extends to a little over 5ft, retracts to about 3ft, length of brush is easy to control(not too long), has two sides (brush for carpet, squeegee side for flat surfaces), worth $18
Cons: needs elbow grease ;), brush head occasionally needs to be tightened (depends on how I use it)
The picture is of a large rug we vacuum daily with our Roomba, and every other day with our big vacuum, but that small area is where our Golden Retriever likes to sleep during the day. I'm just stunned at what this little rubber thingy can do.
Just note: The rubber bristles are not fine enough to clean under moldings (the small gap between the molding and the floor) for those areas, I still use a vacuum.
I'm not sure why this broom has negative reviews.. I read a bunch of them and can not relate to any of the issues people complained about. I'm chalking them up to user error. As John Lydgate said "you can't please all of the people all of the time".