Tons of hair in the carpet.

Jim Davisson

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I vacuum, use a brush on the oreck and then clean. All 3 remove hair different ways. If they still have the same culprit pet I don't go to crazy. I do try to emphasize cleaning up their vacuum, brush roll, cleaning or changing the filter and changing the belt for better results. A well maintained $60 vacuum can show up a neglected $500 vacuum.
 

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Only if they use it. So many people think they can vacuum once a month with the same results as every other day or once a week vacuuming.


I vacuum, use a brush on the oreck and then clean. All 3 remove hair different ways. If they still have the same culprit pet I don't go to crazy. I do try to emphasize cleaning up their vacuum, brush roll, cleaning or changing the filter and changing the belt for better results. A well maintained $60 vacuum can show up a neglected $500 vacuum.
 

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I don't carry this (wish I did) but I do carry its little baby brother, the Grime Reaper. Best thing I've ever found for hair. Rubbery nubbly goodness that grabs the hairs and rolls 'em into a big sticky ball for you to show the customer.

Grand Reaper floor tool

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been meaning to pick one of those up. Thanks for reminding me!!!
 

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How long did you had your mytee crb and how is the reliability?
AND----- when are they going to make brushes for the CRBs that are rubber, just for hair???? Just being silly ! ;)

Thinking about it , sometking like that would have too much drag and the motors would suffer. Or, destroy the face fibers!
 
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I vacuum, use a brush on the oreck and then clean. All 3 remove hair different ways. If they still have the same culprit pet I don't go to crazy. I do try to emphasize cleaning up their vacuum, brush roll, cleaning or changing the filter and changing the belt for better results. A well maintained $60 vacuum can show up a neglected $500 vacuum.
Luckily, I bought a vacuum for pet hair at $399 at Amazon, and it handles well the task of pet hair removal. The task was only well done within 1 hour.