Lilly Brush Be Forever Furless - Dog Hair, Cat Hair, and Lint Remover
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- FURLESS FURNITURE FASTER Cleans even the furriest furniture with just a few quick sweeps.
- GENTLE ON FABRICS Specially designed nylon bristles safe for use on fine silk cashmere wool velvet chenille etc.
- EASY TO USE AND CLEAN Comfortable ergonomic handle sweeps in all directions but fur stays on for easy removal.
- NOT EFFECTIVE ON EXTREMELY SHORT, STRAIGHT OR WIRY FUR TYPES or on fur that is embedded in fabrics.
- NO MESS, NO WASTE, NO REFILLS. BUY ONCE, USE DAILY, LASTS FOR YEARS.
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Love your pets, but not the fur they get on everything. If your pets shed crazy amounts of soft, clingy undercoat fur on every surface of your home, this will be the last pet hair remover you will ever have to buy. Unlike other pet hair removal products, the BE FOREVER FURLESS won't leave a sticky residue, or damage delicate fabrics, and it can be swept in any direction without the frustration of unloading fur everywhere like many lint brushes do. Best of all, no expensive refills. To clean your Lilly Brush, vacuum and rinse the bristles once a month, and it will last like new for years. We promise, and we guarantee it.
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So first off on the general texture it works pretty great, so far I've tried it on my cotton bed sheets and fleece feeling fabric armchairs from IKEA, I saw some Youtube videos where people use it on the carpet or pet beds/ cat tree houses and it all works great. As in the first picture, the brush will gather the hairs in a string lump and it's pretty easy to remove.
However, it doesn't quite work on my 100% cotton underwear, nor on those microfiber texture cloth (see second and third photo, a microfiber sheet sets from Target; I forgot to take pictures of my cotton underwear/ pajamas but it's about the same).
And though in general it's easy to pull off the aggregated hair strings, there will always be some lint / fiber balls stuck at the bottom of brush's bristle (see 4th and 5th pics), which may not be a big deal but for someone who's a bit of a clean freak or has a bit of OCD, can really drive one crazy. I asked around and even posted a question here at Amazon's question section but didn't seem to get much out of it. And I tried a few different ways that other people suggested and didn't see any result (like people said to "lift it out with fingers/ rub fingers over/ wash it in running water and rub it on the palm and etc). In the end I rinse it in running water and run it through a comb multiple times to finally get most of the lint balls out of the brush. (see the last three pics)
From the way I see it, I can hardly imagine this is a problem only to me (see how many disgusting lint balls I pull out from "combing the brush"!) And I had to comb the brush rather slowly and gently so I won't damage the bristle. I would've hope the cleaning job (to clean the tool itself after cleaning) would be much easier. Otherwise it's like owning a great vacuum machine but difficult to clean up. Then it's kinda only halfway there.