Be Forever Furless Brush by Lilly Brush Review

| May 13, 2014 | 14 Comments

Be Forever Furless Brush by Lilly Brush Review 300x127 Be Forever Furless Brush by Lilly Brush Review We did a review of the original Lilly brush and they have recently come out with a larger version of the original called, Be Forever Furless Brush.

The BE FOREVER FURLESS brush is more focused on pet hair than lint removal.  You can use it on upholstery, clothing, bedding, carpet, in your car, etc.  It has a great ergonomic handle and has nylon bristles.

I really like this brush – especially for the corners and seams of my couch and chair cushions.  It also works well on a bunch of our cat beds – as I show in the final review video.  I like the idea of having a brush for my upholstery and one for my clothes.

Here is our arrival video:

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Here is our final review video:

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The Lilly Brush sells for $12.95 on Amazon.com.

The Be Forever Furless Brush by Lilly Brush sells for $19.95 on Amazon.

We received the Be Forever Furless Brush by Lilly Brush from the manufacturer. Receiving the free product did not influence this post.

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Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,

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  1. ChristyB says:

    I’m Italian. I need a human Forever Furless that safe on skin!!

  2. patricia says:

    gotta have a couple of those. great review jenny. cat hair is always a challenge and the lilly brush looks like it covers it all. summer is coming and i will have “poofs” everywhere!!

  3. I NEED one of those ASAP!!

  4. Robin says:

    With a name like “Forever Furless,” I immediately thought the brush was a grooming tool for the cat. Guess not. For clothing, though, I still like good, old-fashioned masking tape.

    • Jenny says:

      i sometimes use tape as well, but find it limiting. this might be a great compliment to the tape.

      • sondi moore says:

        When I sit at the Dr. office or in someone elses car, I always leave a lot of cat fur behind me. Being a professional cat caregiver, I am around 50+ cats a day. I want to try this so I can keep the chairs clean where I sit. I don’t mind the fur but I worry about anyone who is allergic. This way I can clean up behind myself (literally) and still be a good friend to my non-cat fur lovers.
        I’ll let you guys know if this works.

  5. Dementia Boy says:

    Without cat fur covering my furniture, guests might want to stay for an inordinately long time (> 5 min.). No can do.

  6. Hi, Jenny!

    Another great review. It would be nice to have a small one of those in my purse!

    Adding both of these to my Wish List. Right now, I use a damp microfiber cloth for cat hair fluffies removal from my furniture and clothes. :)

    Big hugs!

    Patti & Pink Sugar :) <3

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