Why I need the Pledge Fabric Sweeper for Pet Hair | SCJ Section

A newer product on the market is the Pledge Fabric Sweeper for Pet Hair. It seems to work well as a pet hair removal tool but doesn’t get in the crevices well and has to be replaced somewhat frequently, driving up the cost.

She’ll be testing out her new Pledge Fabric Sweeper for Pet Hair, compliments of SC Johnson.Maybe we’ll get lucky and she’ll

Rubber brooms like this are a staple in doggy daycare for their strong hair-gathering ability. The sweeper version of the is effective on several surfaces, so you can de-hair the carpeted living room and the tiled kitchen in one go, and the long handle means you can work the pet hair out of your rugs from a standing position.

Why I need the Pledge Fabric Sweeper for Pet Hair

You can usually find the Pledge Fabric Sweeper for Pet Hair at stores like Walmart and Target between $5 to $10. My current method of pet hair retrieval from furniture is to use the same type of lint brushes you would typically use on clothes. This is the same concept used with the Pledge Fabric Sweeper for Pet Hair. So, here are the pros & cons of the Pledge Pet Sweeper, as I see it…

Pledge Fabric Sweeper for Pet Hair - Dogtime

Now I have a problem with that. Since sweeper does get full rather quickly after few regular uses, Pledge company would then want me to buy more of its pet-hair sweepers rather than have me clean the sweeper instead. Throwing away sweepers contributes more trash and is NOT eco-friendly to the environment. Therefore the only solution (and option) available is “to empty” and by disassembling sweeper without disposing it. is NOT the way to go about it-!

Pledge Fabric Sweeper For Pet Hair Sweeper - Sears

Dealing with shedding fur is one of the minor annoyances that goes with most pets. Pledge Fabric Sweeper for Pet Hair is a clever little product. You roll the sweeper left and right for 8 to 12 inches on fabric. It uses one textured roller to pick up the hair and a second to brush off the first and deposit the hair into a clear chamber that also serves as the handle. It is gentle on the fabric, unlike some vacuum furniture attachments. It is disposable, meaning you can't empty the small chamber. The hand sweeper did prove effective on open surfaces such as sofas, upholstered chairs and throw pillows in three test homes with dogs, cats and rabbits with short- to medium-length hair. But it is useless in the corners at the back of sofas where the seat cushion meets the back and side panels. The product fills a small niche -- quick cleanups when you don't want to take out the vacuum and for unattached fabrics, such as bed spreads, that will be drawn up by a vacuum. Pledge Fabric Sweeper for Pet Hair; Great to get fur off the couch and I drilled a hole in the top so I could vacuum out the fur and re-use it again and again. I own furry pets. I also own multiple vacuum sweepers, lint rollers, lint brushes and lint pickup stickers. The Pledge Fabric Sweeper for Pet Hair might -- whew! -- replace some of those. It works like a lint brush, but you don't have to stop every couple of minutes to clean it. It's also nice to not have to continually pause to rip off and toss a sticky roller sheet, as you do with lint rollers. But like roller sheets, the Pledge sweeper eventually ends up in the landfill. It can't be emptied, so when it fills up -- which will take a while -- you have to buy another. Nothing tackles pet hair better than my hand-held vacuum cleaner, but that is noisy and big and needs a power source. I've been using the Pledge sweeper to quickly give my clothes and car seat a once-over every morning. It's handy, quick and easy to use -- and I'm most appreciative. Pledge Fabric Sweeper seems cool for picking up pet hair from sofas and other surfaces. Basically it’s two sets of rollers with a hair catcher. Pledge admonishes consumers to simply toss it when you’re done, and presumably buy another one, but Jim found that it’s not that hard to empty and reuse them instead.