Do you love snuggling with your furry friend but hate the mess their hair leaves behind? Say goodbye to pesky pet hair with our Pet Hair Remover!
This reusable cat and dog hair remover is a game-changer for your furniture, couch, carpet, car seats or bedding. With its advanced technology, it attracts and captures pet hair effortlessly, making cleaning up after your furry friend a breeze.
Here’s what sets our Pet Hair Remover apart from the rest:
- Effortlessly removes pet hair from any surface
- Easy to use and reusable
- Eco-friendly and budget-friendly
- Perfect for anyone with a furry friend at home
With our Pet Hair Remover, you won’t have to worry about your guests seeing pet hair on your couch or clothes anymore. It’s so effective that you’ll be amazed at how much hair it picks up in just one swipe. And with its reusable design, you’ll save money and reduce your environmental impact.
Imagine the feeling of snuggling up with your furry friend on a clean couch or bed without worrying about the mess. Our Pet Hair Remover will give you the freedom to do just that. Say goodbye to the hassle of vacuuming pet hair and hello to more quality time with your furry friend.
Don’t just take our word for it! Here’s what one of our customers had to say: “I’ve tried everything to get rid of my dog’s hair on the couch, but nothing worked until I found this Pet Hair Remover. It’s so easy to use and works like a charm. I love that it’s reusable and eco-friendly too!”
Join thousands of happy pet owners and order your Pet Hair Remover today. Say goodbye to pet hair and hello to a cleaner, more enjoyable home for you and your furry friend!
Chris JenkinsChris Jenkins –
First Photo: before. Scond Photo: after 3 runneth overs (~60 sec)I was hesitant about this product because AS USUAL all the demo videos are done with labs, Goldens, huskies, . I have a Treeing Walker Coonhound with the trademark coarse af hound fur that sticks like daggers in the weave of our loveseat. You birding dog people have no idea how easy you have it. People think hounds are EZ PZ because their fur is short. ahahaha AHAHAHHAHAHA. Hound fur gives the middle finger to all adhesive strategies. It won’t even come out with duct tape, and anything stronger starts ripping out my couch’s fibers. It relentlessly mocks me, beckoning me to come over and remove them one at a time. I surrendered in less than a week. Her fur was literally THE unstoppable force.She’s 7 now. That’s right, 7 years I waved the white flag and said “do what you must, but don’t touch my jewelry”. I tried everything: every DIY, every As-Seen-On-TV (Fur Wizard was a joke, total ripoff), every vacuum attachment, every which way to wash the cushion covers.I had just finished changing the bedsheets one day when our lovable B-word decided to jump up and lie down right in the spot where I sleep. As I shooed her away, I saw the disgusting nest lf fur she left behind. No more than 1 or 2 minutes had elapsed. I sat on the edge of the bed and weeped while texting my mom and sister about how I was inconsolable. My sister responded with a picture of what looked like a paint roller. It wasn’t the chomchom but I went on Amazon to see what was similar. This popped up and I was rage-shopping like a beast unchained and slammed that one day shipping button. Okay. I’ve used this thing three times on my cationic yarn-woven loveseat and in less than 20 seconds I had a roller full of fur every time. I stopped to write this review because I simply can’t believe it. I burnt the clumps on my balcony in effigy, shouting things in strange wispy tongues that I didn’t even know I could speak. Screw you demon hound pelt, I’m taking my couch back. I’m putting all your brethren on notice and I suggest you let that one marinate.
This is the bane to all pet furs, and I only wish I’d known of its existence earlier. I’ve spent $(I don’t even want to know how much) on those “ultra-stick” rolling sheets: one by one, dollar by dollar they’re just rolled straight into the trash into oblivion. Only to look back down at the spot you’ve just labored over for the last 5 minutes to see yet more, deeper imbedded demons. I thought that was life. Tirelessly, endlessly slaving away as if I’m trying to paint a white wall with clear paint.Though there is a way out! This device of the gods is nothing less than heavenly. I never believed an object could be this good, this efficient, this complete, when it comes to tj ensnaring those relentless hairs that seem to be woven right into my bed linens. I’d gotten to the point to which the last month I’ve spent hours picking out the hairs, one by one, thinking to myself this was the best way….yet my eyes have been opened and my time revived.This is legitimately one of the best , most efficient, and most spectacular inventions ever created.
Josh S –
Just freaking buy it! I’m so annoyed I never searched for an alternative to sticky lint rollers, and all the the money I wasted burning through them 😑Few small notes from my experience. I have a chaise lounge, it has a semi loose stretchy black cover on it, I was using 10 lint roller sheets a day to get my cat’s hair off it for about a week, then decided to find an alternative, and I found this magical device.It works REALLY well on firmer objects like short carpet, couch cushion, etc it will pick up 100% on bed sheets and my chaise lounge it will get like 80% of the hair just going at it, but if I pull the fabric tight or just lean against it to pin in down it picks up 95-99% of the hair, now I only maybe need 1 lint roller sheet to hit my chaise lounge, sheets and pillow with the finishing touches.Works great on my gfs wool trench coat, her leggins, my jeans, and cotton jackets, not so much on loose cotton shirts unless you pull on and stretch them out, still picks up maybe 30-50% of the hair. I’m gonna order like 2 more of the things and place them all around the house. They’re amazing. My cat is such a hairy hoebag that I do need to empty this roller my every 10-20 strokes, you’ll know when to change it by the roller just moving the hair into a pile together on your furniture, etc but not picking it up completely. Just empty the container, shifter the roller back and forth from the outside and swipe your finger across the edges on the inside and it works good as new. I’ve used it probably 50 plus times in the two weeks I’ve had it and it’s still functioning perfectly!
James & Cecilia Richardson –
We inherited a beautiful ginger cat who is wonderful….except he had a long haired mother and a short haired father, and he inherited both genes, which gives him a double coat that sheds these little fine hairs constantly. He’s like Pig Pen, only with hair. We tried everything–lint rollers, special hair grabbers for the laundry, vacuum attachments–every kind of hair remover we could buy. None could touch that bionic hair that clings to everything. Nothing until we got the Chom-chom. Those fine yellow hairs don’t stand a chance–and maybe it’s that it works better if you use quick fast chomps, which also allow you to relieve a little of the frustration of finding cat hair on EVERY POSSIBLE SURFACE, maybe it’s just the great design. I don’t know what the magic is, but a few swipes and the hair is gone, baby, gone. Highly recommend for anyone who doesn’t relish walking around with visible pet hair clinging to their clothes.
Miranda Paul –
I saw this on a buzzfeed article enough times I finally decided to give it a try. Expectations were low – I have three cats, and no amount of vacuuming, brushing, or rolling has ever mitigated that fact before. I had surrendered myself to a lifetime of hairy leggings at the gym, stray hairs in my eyes, and occasional meals flavored with a little extra love years ago. Until now. A few minutes a day with the Chom Chom roller and you can see my leggings are in fact green and not gray. Are there still cat hairs dominating my home? Yes, of course. As I mentioned, I have three cats. But, with minimal effort, there is now significantly less. Plus my toddler and I like to “Chom Chom” the hair up together – it’s the new nom nom for a cleaner couch. Plus it’s so much better for the environment than the sticky tape rollers I gave up on ages ago. Highly recommend!
So like most pugs, my 10 month old sheds like crazy!!! I am forever vacuuming our sofa where she likes to cuddle with us while we watch TV. Even with a blanket down, it’s covered in fur within a day or two. Not sure how I found this gadget b/c I wasn’t exactly looking for such a contraption. But it had 136,000 4.5 stars so I figured what’s 27 bucks these days? Why not? Wellll…..let me tell you. What a game changer…..within minutes this thing had picked up more hair than my Miele vacuum. I was shocked at the “hair chamber” pretty much filled. The only complaint I have….if you get a bit aggressive with it, the “hair chamber” will open. Now there is a button to open it on the top of remover, but it is very close to the handle’s main grip. So if your hand slides up even a tiny bit, you will hit the open button and the giant hairball debris may fall out. I guess you just have to be aware…. other than that— it’s probably the best cleaning product I have purchased in years.
I have bought lint rollers for years. I have owned the sticker rollers and the washable rollers. Both were not very good at removing fur. I read about this product on an external website, and thought I would give it a shot. I was put off with the price though. Honestly, it is the best roller ever!!! I have a dog and two cats. I have never left the house without a good amount of fur on me. This roller literally removes all the fur. I was shocked it work and worked AWESOME!!!!!! Please buy if you have any doubt. You will not be dissappointed.