The Brass Bristle Brush
At $33.95+p&h, hair today, gone tomorrow.
The brush was designed to extract pet hair from any textured fabric. It gets deep down into carpet pile and plush fabrics where other brushes don’t reach. You’ll be surprised how much hair the brush will get out even after thorough vacuuming.
If you own a pet such as a dog or cat or let your horse into the house you’ll find this an indispensable tool to keep your house clean.
One side of the brush head is used on course textures such as carpet and upholstery and the other for finer fabrics such as wool. Don’t use it on very fine fabrics like silk or rayon, but hair won’t stick to these anyway. A comfy, polished wooden handle looks smart and makes it easy to use. Because it’s made out of tough brass, it’ll last a long time. Oh by the way, it’s Australian made.
The Brass Bristle Brush is tested and recommended by Daisy Mae, our Collie who should know what’s what.
Brass Bristle Brush Facts.
Design. The secret is the tiny brass teeth (bristles) which are precision angled to snag pet hair deep down inside carpet pile or on the surface of finer material. Because they are so fine they don’t snag the containing fabric but extract pet hair from the plushest fabric or carpet.
Simply made with a ribbon brass support bar for the bristles which is fixed to a clear finished timber handle. It’s a no-nonsense precision tool.
Uses. Gets pet hair out of carpets, furniture fabrics, car upholstery, woollen clothes, brushes, blankets, pet beds and anything else that snags pet hair.
Made In Australia.This isn’t one of ours. We’ve adopted this product because we couldn’t make it any better and because it’s family owned and made in Melbourne.
At $33.95 + p&h, it’ll certainly be the best cure for hair of the dog (and other things).
Daisy Mae’s Story
“I was born beautiful, and one of my (many, many) good features is my exceptional coat. It’s long and lustrous, and to keep me looking good, it sheds all the time. So, there’s no daggy, old hair on me. It’s all on the carpet, furniture and their clothes. Oh, didn’t I mention, I have owners,… well companions really,… servants actually, since they look after my every need. But they don’t seem to appreciate my coat anywhere except on me.
That’s not a problem for me but the poor dears worked their fingers to the bone. Scrubbing and scraping, vacuuming and brushing, and up till now it’s been of very little use. Nothing could shift it.
Finally my people found a little man in Victoria. He makes this terribly clever tool just to remove pet hair.
Now I’m not just a pretty face, I’ve seen a few failures around here (we won’t mention the pneumatic toilet bowl cleaner) so I was a bit sceptical. But it just whisked my hair right off everything. Carpet, furniture, curtains, clothes, even the car (which I use quite often), all squeaky clean in no time.
Of course I did all the work, growing and shedding the hair in the first place, so I can take all the credit. Every one who has one swears by them and it’s all because of me”.
All the photographs are of our property and are taken by Carol the Paddock Paparazzi. To view more of Carol’s photos click here. For more information contact us and talk to Carol.