- Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 6.4 x 25.4 cm ; 109 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 113 g
- Item Model Number: 00003
- ASIN: B003465G9M
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 21 September 2018
- Customer Reviews: 4,358 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,046 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
Fur-Zoff Pet Hair Remover
|Price:||+ $8.07 Delivery|
- Sweeps fur away
- Use on carpets and couches
- Use on your car seats and carpets
- Made in USA
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The Fur-Zoff Pet Hair Remover sweeps fur away. Lightly sweep over hairy fabric or carpet to quickly and easily remove pet air of all kinds. Can be used in the home on carpets, comforters, couches and clothing. Use in your autos on cloth seats, carpet and head liners.
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It seems to be acting like fibre glass - leaving minute shards behind thus causing itchy skin. I didn't clue in until weeks after - suggest this product be removed as it is not safe - especially not around materials for animals or young children with delicate skin. Amazon should remove this from its product offerings
Wow- very impressed to discover it actually does what it says on the tin and removed all traces of dog hair from the boot. Looks like new now.
However, don't be tempted to try this as an exfoliator, as it does tens to remove all the skin on your legs and face. :-)
Would I recommend this for removing dog hair? Absolutely.
So glad I got this, finally found something that can remove the dog hairs from the car seats easily and quickly. Highly recommend.
I also use it on the sofa and chairs where it works great too. Looks strange but really does work.
Removing hair effortlessly best I gad so far
This small but amazing product comes highly recommended my Old English Bulldogs hairs stuck in the boot lining
ARE NO MORE!!!!!!!
Well worth the money .....
Folks. I cannot tell you how many google searches I did for the best way to get pet hair out of upholstery. I cannot tell you the amount of time, energy, and swearing I've spent trying to get fur out of my car. It's like someone glued it down. I tried kitchen gloves, various attachments on the shop vac, my vacuum, sprays, squeegees, brushes, rollers, tears, and offerings of the finest shampoos. Nothing has worked even half as well with even literally 10x the effort. NOTHING.
So. I was watching a youtube video where this guy was using this pumice stone thing, and thought it looked promising. Amazon to the rescue! I have to say, I 100% agree with the packaging but hey, function over form, amiright? HOLY CANOLIES, PEOPLE. THIS THING GOT TONS OF FUR ON THE FIRST SWIPE. Subsequent shorter swipes got the rest in seconds. Who knew how satisfying it is to see a swath of clean upholstery??! This is something worthy of UFYH (google it - worth looking at before/after pictures for inspiration when you have a mess and also have a bad case of the I Don't Wannas.). After spiking my imaginary football and doing a rather obnoxious end zone touchdown dance, I went to work and ultimately filled up a plastic grocery bag with fur. Kind of horrifying to actually SEE what is under those seats.
I will note that I was initially nervous to use this on the seat part of my car seats. They're normal upholstered seats, I wasn't sure if it would mar them. I am relieved to report, it did NOT damage anything! Didn't even leave little streaks behind. Just be careful not to scrape this along the plastic of your console and trim. I have not scratched mine, but I don't want to and I'm pretty sure this would leave a mark. Most likely buffable, but still.
There are a lot of different ways to scrape, and for me personally, different methods work better for different areas. For example, long, straight swipes in the back floorboards vs short swipes that push everything to a central spot you can pick up in the front floor board. Other areas it's best to use the very tip of it with short swipes when you're getting into areas close to scratchable surfaces, like the plastic of your console and trim or when you’re trying to get the cracks between the seat (don’t forget to recline your front seats all the way – it really helps). And be sure to have a trash bag right there with you, as you'll need to pull fur off the stone occasionally as well as the fur you scrape into a pile.
Watch out for dust and pebbles when opening the package, and some bits of this bar may initially flake off. No big deal, just DO NOT open around your child's/pet's face or anything.
This was great for everything except, obviously, the space between the console and the side of the seat. I didn’t want to scratch the plastic console, and I still don’t know of a good way to clean that space. Stuff NEVER got in those spaces when I had Drop Stops in there (another amazing Amazon purchase, thank you!) https://smile.amazon.com/Drop-Stop-Original-Patented-Filler/dp/B00BYH6C1E/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1506617195&sr=8-3&keywords=stop+drop so if you haven’t heard about those, look them up. They were on Shark Tank.
Also, for those of us with sensitive skin: To me, this feels like one of those natural, real sea sponges that are super hard. I'm hoping most of you won't understand what I'm talking about, but sometimes this gives me the willies to touch directly. Or maybe it's just that I am expecting to get the willies, so I do. Whatever. When that happens, I just put on some work gloves. I get the willies with natural raw wood and styrofoam, so maybe it's just me.
So, 10,000 stars for this! Get it, go forth, and de-fur with confidence!