Lilly Brush Pet Hair Remover Review

| January 15, 2013 | 13 Comments

Caymus with the Lilly Brush Cat Hair Remover3Several weeks ago we received a Lilly Brush, a pet hair remover brush for clothing or furniture, in the mail.   Lilly Brush asked me if I would be interested in trying it out because not only was it great to remover sweater pills, but it was also a great cat hair remover.

Sometimes I get approached by companies like Lilly Brush and I think, “Hmmm, I really don’t care about the cat hair on my clothing.”  But then I think, well, this is not just for me, this is for Floppycats’ readers and if I think the product is cool enough, then I accept the invitation and then wait for the product to arrive in the mail.

Here is our arrival video of the Lilly Brush:

It comes in two colors – graphite grey and classic red.  We got classic red, of course.

Caymus with the Lilly Brush Cat Hair RemoverBill (boyfriend) and I went over to my parents’ house to install WiFi for them.  I brought over the Lilly Brush and handed it to my mom who was busy watching a KU Basketball game.  I said, “Here mom, check this out and tell me what you think of it.”  I forgot I had done that and went about my business and my mom, after about 5 minutes, goes, “Jenny, this thing is really cool – it’s taking off all the hair on my pants.”  I should have known that she’d be over there working on her pants.  Then moments later she goes, “Jenny, I’m keeping this one.”  (As a reference, “this one” meaning “this review item” – I always ask my parents if they want to keep anything I review – because if I kept it all, my house would look like a hoarder moved in.  My dad, btw, kept the ShedMonster to brush Caymus with in the morning – ha.).  My mom was also excited to try it on fabrics that a roller isn’t effective on (someone who wrote a review about the Lilly Brush on Amazon mentioned that it is better than a roller because it removes the hair more completely).

So the Lilly Brush has a new home at my parents’ house and my mom is excited to attack her black fleeces with it.  Because, don’t you know, black fleeces are the worst to get cat hair off of.
It’s important to note that the Lilly Brush only guarantees it’s effectiveness on 100% natural fibers.  It is great for travel too – it’s compact and lightweight – so great for your purse too!  Here’s our final review video:

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

We received the 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. Julie says:

    Hahahahaha!
    I love how you wrote this! You (actually…mom) totally sold me on it!!
    But then again..I pretty much would by anything that Caymus is selling me with that face! 🙂 <3

  2. Rebecca says:

    Really it will get fur off of fleece? OH I NEED this. Now if only I could get the darn washer to stop giving me sterilized fur balls on my clothes (but I can use this pet hair remover) and on my sheets. Am I the only one who has to vaccum my clean sheets?

    • Julie says:

      OMG!! “sterilized fur balls on my clothes”!! And NO…I have those same damn sterilized fur balls on my CLEAN sheets too…by the time i get done picking them off my just out of the dryer sheets…I have a whole entire second cat! No joke!

      • Rebecca says:

        lol glad it’s not just me. I try my best to have fur free zone when hubby is home, but the washer doesn’t help 🙁
        Someone mentioned a pet vaccum by Meile (sp) has an attachment for using on the bed lol. I blame those darn HE washers.
        PS I think 6 cats is enough for me, I don’t need to get another fur one lol

        • Julie says:

          I don’t have a HE washer…just a normal one…I blame it on the soft & fluffy fur that my Ragdoll has…it’s not like “normal” car hair…it CLINGS…like cotton candy! lol

          • Jenny says:

            I think my HE Washer helps the fur go bye bye – but maybe it’s because I have a top loader – I used to have a front loader and hated it. I have used that Miele pet vacuum – NOT IMPRESSED.

    • Jenny says:

      I am not sure if it will tackle all sorts of fleece – if you read the reviews on amazon, some says it does and some says it doesn’t. The Lilly Brush only guarantees removal from natural fibers, which fleece, of course, is not.

  3. Elsie says:

    Hi- Lilly Brush works phenomenally well on all fleece for fur and lint removal! That was the firdt thing we tested it on:) Dampen it with tap water just a little to combat static and rub it quickly back and forth across affected areas. You’ll be stunned what you get off of your fleeces. It also works on bed sheets. Just rub back and forth fast and pet hair will form a tight little roll on the brush surface. We hope to have a larger home version out before the end of the year. Love to all- Lilly Brush

    • Rebecca says:

      That is great, now do you ship to Canada with reasonable shipping costs or do you have retail locations. I have lots of clothes I could wear again or even donate (once the pet hair is gone).
      Thank you for the reply. If you need someone to test the larger version in a multicat home – I have 5 Ragdolls and 1 DSH lol

      • Jenny says:

        Rebecca, here’s what they said, “Sorry for the late response! We were traveling back on the plane from Atlanta this morning. We do offer shipping to Canada for orders placed on LillyBrush.com. Canadian shipping options are available at “checkout.” Let me know if you need anything else.”

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