Pet Fur Remover (The Fur Wizard Product Review)

Product Review of Fur Wizard, Re-Usable Pet Fur Remover

 With Self-Cleaning Base

Re-usable pet fur remover

Hurricane Fur Wizard Lint Brush

I know that people with dogs are always looking to find a solution to the problem of excessive pet fur. This reusable pet fur remover tackles the problem head-on and is designed for daily use.

Last month I reviewed The Furminator, which is a grooming brush and we were very impressed with the results.

This tool that I found at  Bulbhead removes all the pet fur from furniture, clothes, cars etc.

It seems to be taking lint removers to the next level!

Re-usable pet fur remover

Here are some of the features which I found new and interesting.

The Fur Wizard doesn’t need refills, it is completely reusable.

There are thousands of micro-bristles each side of the lint brush which are designed to act like little fingers to grab any fur or hair it comes into contact with.

It is larger than most conventional lint removers so can catch extra fur in a shorter amount of time, it’s also double-sided.

It has a base which completely cleans the Fur Wizard when it is dipped inside. The base can then be clipped off so that the collected fur can be disposed of into the rubbish bin.

I love that the Fur Wizard is compact enough to carry in a handbag or in the pocket at the side of the car door.

There are no chemicals and the tool is quicker and easier than vacuuming.

It doesn’t need charging, electricity supply or batteries and you don’t need rolls of lint tape like other lint removers.

A Small Criticism

Make sure that you move the fur wizard in the direction that the arrows on the device show. Otherwise, the accumulated fur goes straight back on to the fabric you have just cleaned.

 

Reusable pet fur remover
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I hope you found this information helpful. If you have tried the Fur Wizard, I would love to hear your opinion.

Thank you for reading.

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