Eliminate pet hair in laundry with FurZapper

We love our pets, we hate pet hair on our clothes.

As someone that lives with dogs, I'm glad the FurZapper was brought to my attention.

The FurZapper is an easy solution to removing pet hair from clothes, pet bedding, blankets and more.

Just toss it into the washer and dryer with your laundry and let it work its magic. The real "magic" here is the tacky, flexible disc is just sticky enough to gently collect and pull fur, hair, dust and debris from items as they tumble through the cycles. I don't know how much R&D went into this simple looking disc, but the end product is just about perfect. It's also safe for your home and the environment as it's non-toxic, re-usable, hypoallergenic and 100% made in the USA.

That pet hair gets everywhere, especially on our clothes. And once it gets there, it seems it's impossible to get rid of it and it's presence. At our house, the FurZapper sprang into action.

FurZapper was awarded the Buyer's Choice Award at the recent ECRM Pet Planning Session.

It removes fur, hair, lint, dander and other debris on your clothes, bedding, jackets, dresses, blankets, sheets and anything that you wash and dry.

It's so easy to clean and is reusable.

Pro tip: Use both FurZappers in each load for maximum effect.

Safe for the environment, safe for your clothes.

Features:

100% Safe for all clothing

Non-toxic

Hypo-allergenic

Re-usable

Self-cleaning!

Use it in the washer or dryer, or both! For around $10.

5-Star Amazon Review

I bought the 2 pack of the Furzapper. I have been using them about a month. I have a VERY furry BIG dog, 140 lbs worth of furry. He has a fuzzy undercoat that is incredible but it does get everywhere when it is time for him to blow his coat in the springtime. I use both of the FurZappers in the load. I put them in the washer and the dryer. For those loads with a lot of fuzz on them, I put the load in the dryer with the FurZappers before I wash to remove some of the excess. Then I wash the load with both FurZappers and then put them in the dryer. I also add a 1/4 cup of vinegar to the rinse water on loads with a lot of hair to remove. You have to clean them every few loads to keep them working but it is no big deal just wash them off with a little

dishwashing liquid and pull off any hair still on them and throw them in the wash with the next load. It beats trying to use a lint brush on your laundry before you wash.