Lilly Brush – The Auto Pet Hair Detailer

As much as we love our pets, their hair can be insidious. Pet hair gets everywhere, and it is impossible to get rid of. Go on a two-week road trip with your pup? You’ll be picking schnauzer hair out of your sweaters every day.

For years we’ve looked for tools that help to get rid of pet hair.

Professional vacuums? They work great… as long as you’re fine spending hundreds of bucks for the vacuum and then more every few months for new filters. Even high strength, well-maintained car wash vacuums won;t always get everything.

Grooming tools? Furminators and similar tools are great to deal with the source, but hair will still be shed. Not to mention, when was the last time anyone managed to furminate their cat without nearly losing an eye?

Packing tape wrapped around the hand? Old-school, but not effective enough at getting the small, deeply embedded hairs out.

Finally, a Pet Hair Solution!

It looks like we’ve finally found the answer though – the Lilly Mini Pet Hair Detailer. A square rubber disc surrounded by semi-rigid silicon, it is dragged along a surface to pull out hair, piling it up as it goes. Part of their larger line of pet hair removers, what makes this one particularly useful is its small size and unique design.

The compact design of the Mini Pet Hair Detailer means you can easily toss it into the glove box of your vehicle, so you’ll have it with you whenever you notice the pet hair is getting out of hand. The small size also makes it easy to maneuver throughout the vehicle. Cars and trucks have way more hard-to-reach places than you have at home, so the smaller the tool the better.

The design of the tool helps you to get everywhere you need. The long silicon edges are the volume workers here, used for large surfaces. Two rounded corners help you to work the tool through inward curves, offering more surface contact to pull more hair from the curve. The two pointed corners help you get into the corners of your vehicle, and also help to dig into the creases and folds of your upholstery to remove every last hair.

Four Quick Steps to Remove Pet Hair

lilly pet hair remover

You only need four quick steps to get the hair out with a Lilly Mini Pet Hair Detailer:

  1. Vacuum first to remove as much loose dirt and pet hair as possible.
  2. Use any part of the rubber blade to briskly sweep and drag pet hair into a pile to be vacuumed up.
  3. Use short, quick strokes from varying directions to loosen the most stubbornly embedded hair.
  4. Occasionally use a clean, damp cloth to wipe accumulated dirt and dust from the blade to maintain maximum cleaning power.

That’s all it takes to get even the deepest hairs out of your car upholstery, from the carpets to the seats and even to the headliner. We know that pet hair gets everywhere.

Another great feature? The silicon is non-marking and while pointed, will not scratch or mar surfaces. That means it is safe to use along wood, plastic, and chrome trim!

The Lilly Mini Pet Hair Detailer is the perfect tool for your detailing tool box if you’re dealing with hard-to-remove hair, as it does not take up much space and takes little effort. It’s the perfect size and price point to carry for retail opportunities as well – an easy upsell to a customer at your car wash, or at your pet wash!

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