Is your home being overrun with pet hair? Do the hairballs in your house resemble small creatures?
It’s a problem that every pet owner has, and we’ve all tried different vacuums, dustbusters, hair grabbers — you name it– to get ahead of the problem.
The staff at Long Island Pet Pages took some time recently to review a handy little vacuum thats small on looks, but big on power – The Bissell Eraser Handheld Vacuum. My husband and I have two dogs and one very furry cat, so we’re always looking for something that can get a handle on the shedding problem.
We tried the Bissell Pet Hair Eraser first on the couch in our playroom, where the cat spends most of her days lounging (and shedding) in the sun. The couch had so much hair on it, it looked grey instead of chocolate brown! A few minutes of cleaning power with the Bissell Eraser and the couch was literally hair free! Next stop… the sofa in the living room, where the dogs spend most of their days… Again, the Bissell Eraser did not disappoint. The sofa was clean and fur-free in minutes.
After trying the Bissell Pet Hair Eraser for a week, the only issue we had was that the cord was short. You’ll need to plug in nearby whatever surface you are vaccumming, or for a quick fix (which is what I do with my floor sweeper – grab a long extension cord so you can move about one or two rooms quickly and easily without having to plug in over and over. So, if you’re looking for an inexpensive handheld vacuum to remove pet hair from your furniture, the Bissell Pet Hair Eraser Handheld does the trick!
Bissell Pet Hair Eraser Handheld Vacuum
- - bagless canister
- - operates on electric - no charging time
- - small, lightweight, easy to handle
- - picks up 95% of pet hair on furniture
- - affordable at just $24.99
- - short cord
- - small canister must be emptied frequently