Today on the blog, I decided to do something a little different. Knowing that cat parenting can be stressful at times, I’d like to start a series where I review different products that help care for your cat. I hope you find these helpful and they lower your anxiety
So you love your cat. They lower your blood pressure, and are there for a cuddle if you are feeling sad. They also leave behind cat hair. Lots of cat hair. Brushing them regularly can help, but there is still residual that gets left behind on furniture. So, what is a cat parent supposed to do?? My solution is to invest in a good quality lint brush. My go-to lint brush, and the one I swear by is Lint Wizard Pro Self Cleaning Brush. I bought it ages ago and am not sure if it’s still sold in brick and mortar stores, but you can find it on Amazon here. The Lint Wizard Pro Self Cleaning Brush is brilliant because it really picks up the loose hair and stores it inside a compartment at the back of the brush. When it is full, turn it over and move the purple latch forward to release the door and pull out the hair. Easy-peasy. The large purple button on the bottom can move left and right to give you a clean brush surface to work with while depositing the debris in the compartment in the back:
The bristles, which I neglected to photograph, but can be see in the Amazon stock photo, are made of a short fuzzy carpet material that really grabs on to the hair and doesn’t let go until you flip the button to deposit it into the well at the back.
So how well does it really work? Well, I tested it out on our youngest cat’s favorite place to sit. Her hair is so long people often mistake her for a Main Coon. Here are the before and after photos:
The Lint Brush Pro Self Cleaning Brush helps keep our house cat hair free!
*FTC Disclaimer: the brush was purchased by me and all opinions are my own