Bissell Smart Details Pet Hair Broom
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Bissell Smart Details Pet Hair Broom

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Rating: 5

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Tags: pet hair control, pet hair, pet cleaning, shedding, shedding control, pet product review, pet product reviews

Multi-Surface Pet Hair Broom. Rubber bristles work like a magnet to attract pet hair. Multi-surface: Adjustable bristles to clean bare floors, carpets, and rugs. Multi-function: Sweeps up hair, heavy particles, dust and more. Angled to reach corners. Adjustable handle for height and storage. Soft grip for comfort. Non-slip; leans against walls without falling. Circular end for easy hanging. Soft bumpers to protect walls and furniture.
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Editor's Review

The Bissell Smart Details Pet Hair Broom defurs rooms efficiently and quietly.

January 6, 2011 1:51 pm | By Zootoo Editor CynthiaLo

It's not a vacuum cleaner, but it's definitely a step up from the ordinary broom. When I am too lazy to unravel a long cord and push around a heavy, screaming monster, I find myself breathing a sigh of relief at the thought of this quiet, low-fi option.

Every Saturday, I give the house a thorough “defurring” with my vacuum cleaner, dusters and other tools. By mid-week, fuzzy tumbleweeds threaten to bury us. That is when I grab this pet hair broom off the wall hook and effectively hit some cat hair.

This broom steps up when vacuuming would never do. If I have time, it enables me to clean even though other people are sleeping, visiting or talking on the phone.

This broom works for me because the bristles are softer than an ordinary broom and gather the hair along the bottom of the bristles, rather than just sweep around. It does an impressive job on hard-surfaced floors. For use on carpet, lower the broom's adjustable rubber teeth by turning a ring on the broom's handle. The teeth will dig hairs up from a rug and collect them in one neat pile. This setting seems to work well on low-pile plush carpet. It's pretty useless on a large-looped throw rug.

I am petite and appreciate the broom’s adjustable handle. I prefer it on the short setting when I wield it around furniture legs and other tight spots. I use the tall setting to sweep large areas.

I have quickly come to rely on this clever broom that allows me to clean, regardless of time of day, without so much as disturbing a napping cat.

Pros: More effective than a regular broom; adjustable settings expand range of utility.

Cons: Not as effective on large-looped rugs as a vacuum.

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Reader's Reviews (1)
Mary T.
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Rating: 5

Great product

posted 3 years ago

Easy to use - does better than a regular broom at cleaning hair.

Pros: Good at keeping hair under control.

Cons: None.

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