Evrilholder SW-250I-AMZ-6 FURemover
|Bristles Material||Natural Rubber|
|Head Width||12 in|
During our thorough research, we have read hundreds of reviews from real buyers. This is what most people think of Evrilholder SW-250I-AMZ-6 FURemover:
5 reasons to buy
- The bristles are made of rubber, that grabs pet hair on both carpets and hardwood floors.
- Because of the telescopic handle you can extent the broom from 3 feet to 5 feet, making it usable for both short and tall people.
- There’s also a squeegee attached to the head, which means you can clean up liquids easily. It also works well on tiled floors, where it can push liquids to a nearby drain.
- Some users suggest that the removable head can be used on its own, in order to get into all corners.
- The push broom can be used after vacuuming, to pick up the hair nestled deeply into your carpets.
4 reasons not to buy
- While this push broom is indeed efficient on most floor types, it takes a lot of effort to push and drag it across the floors.
- According to some users, the handle isn’t as durable as desired, especially if it’s extended to its maximum, because most buyers saw it snapping around the joint area.
- While this rubber broom does a great job picking up pet hair, it doesn’t get into gaps between floor panels or grout. You’ll still need a vacuum for this.
- Some users also had issues with the head falling off if the broom is pushed or dragged too hard.
The Evrilholder FURemover seems to be the perfect choice for pet owners, because of the rubber bristles and sqeegee attached to the head. It is affordable, but also very efficient, and it can be adjusted to both short and tall persons. It’s a great tool if you really want to get into your carpets and pick up even the most stubborn hair, but it also had a few caveats. The handle could use an upgrade because some users manage to break it by simply using it, and it seems like the joint is a weak spot. Furthermore a few users had issues with the head simply falling off during use, but this might be a defect and not how the broom actually works. All in all, this is definitely a must-try if you’re dealing with large amounts of pet hair in your house.