ChomChom Roller Dog Hair Remover, Cat Hair Remover, Pet Hair Remover

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ChomChom Roller Dog Hair Remover, Cat Hair Remover, Pet Hair Remover
  • Remove your pet dog and cat hair easily from couches, beds, comforters, blankets and more.
  • Reusable, Sturdy Pet Hair Remover Tool: No need for sticky tapes or adhesive paper. The roller can be reused over and over again.
  • NO Batteries or Power Source Required. Simply use short back and forth strokes with the roller to capture all pet hair and lint into the dust receptacle.
  • Easy To Clean: Pet hair, lint, etc can simply be removed from the dust receptacle.
  • 100% Reusable, Eco-Friendly

Specification: ChomChom Roller Dog Hair Remover, Cat Hair Remover, Pet Hair Remover

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Product Dimensions

7.5 x 3 x 2.5 inches, 0.71 Ounces

Item model number

2323445

Date First Available

February 3, 2013

Manufacturer

ChomChom

13 reviews for ChomChom Roller Dog Hair Remover, Cat Hair Remover, Pet Hair Remover

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  1. Avatar of Stephanie

    Stephanie

    Where has this been all my crazy cat-loving life? Sticky rollers work fine for clothes but this is the only product that has ever COMPLETELY removed all the cat hair from my bed. I have a long-haired 20-lb. tabby and if you run your hands up his back a few times and fling the hair everywhere, it looks like it’s snowing – he never stops shedding no matter what I do. After using the ChomChom, I can put on a black dress and roll around on my bed and not get a single hair on me. It’s absolutely amazing. Everyone is getting one for Christmas, even if they don’t have a pet. I don’t care, it’s THAT good.

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    K. Patao

    About 4 years ago, I adopted Daisy, who I was told was a shorthaired mixed Siamese / alley cat. Little did I know that she would be more medium hair and about the sheddiest animal I’ve ever owned. My wife and I love her, but because most apartment housing doesn’t allow animals because of dander, we were getting to the point that we were going to give her away. I saw a video on YouTube about the ChomChom Roller and I was convinced after seeing a guy remove all of the white pet fur off of a velvet topper. This thing is amazing! It even got hair off of the carpet that our vacuum cleaner couldn’t get.

    Now, the mechanism isn’t really a roller, it’s actually one of those lint brushes where the hairs face a certain direction, so you’re not actually rolling, but rubbing away the fur. The trap has brushes facing the opposite direction inside that grab the hair and keep it maintained in the trap. It is easy to clean and well worth the money! It is so much more effective than any lint roller I’ve ever purchased, and I was even able to get her fur off of my jeans. Get this thing!

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    Victor T

    I have a Long hair German Shepherd aka “German Shedder” and 2 cats so I live with animal fur, nothing I can do about it, or so i THOUGHT. The chom chom is by far the best way to get rid of animal fur in my opinion.This thing is god like, it makes fabric look so fresh, works perfectly on my suede couches and leaves that “soft suede” look on them. It does what it’s supposed to do perfectly, and it captures all the hair in an easy to clean bin.

    Works excellent on items like furniture and upholstery/car interior. Items like clothing or curtains need to be held down because of the rolling+back and forth motion of the chom chom. I think it would make an AMAZING gift to anyone with Pets

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    Hayley

    The product itself does work well on broad surfaces but to increase the price around Christmas time looks pretty bad

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    Erica Blanchette

    I first heard about the ChomChom roller on YouTube while watching a beauty influencers top rated products.
    I’m normally the type of person who is very skeptical and avoids spending money on products that I believe just to be a fad…
    Honestly, I ended up purchasing this item at 3am. I’ll explain; I have 2 long haired border collies who have taken over my house. Lately, my life consists of pulling hairs off of basically everything… ( clothes, carpets, food, you name it)
    It was the middle of the night when I woke up coughing as if I had been working in a coal mine. I then discovered that I had inhaled a ball of dog hair…
    Unable to fall asleep due to the adrenaline rush of my near death experience. I decided to (in full desperocity) purchase the ChomChom, eagerly waiting for it to arrive.
    Not only did this product arrive a day early ( hallelujah), it worked like a friggin charm. A couple of fast passes back and forth and that chamber was full as f***.
    I proceeded to roll away all the hair off my bed, which I have already washed and vacuumed. I was SHOCKED at the remaining pet hair that was left behind, because the ChomChom literally picked up hairs that I didnt even know where there.
    In conclusion, if you are hesitant on buying this product, I give my word that it will be something you reach for often. This baby will literally be glued to my hand.
    Thanks ChomChom, I’m finally going to sleep well tonight.

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    Meowser

    I’ve had it in my possession for like 2 hours and I’ve cleaned everything. The couch, the blinds, the cat tree pad, the chair, I’m obsessed. I feel like this thing should win an award for being so awesome. I feel like it should be in raffle baskets and giveaways and silent auctions for every event that highlights “things cat people need.”

    It’s better than those sticky rollers, it’s better than the 1 directional velvet wand thing that I always use the wrong way and make a mess, it’s the best. I don’t have any before pictures because as soon as I started rolling stuff I went crazy.

    Look at my couch!! Look behind my blinds! 😻 Worth $25. Seriously.

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    Miguel Ángel Cortés

    Me gusta tener mi casa en orden y limpia en todo momento, y tengo un gato 100% casero de pelo mediano/largo color blanco con gris. Tira MUCHO pelo y no importa si se recarga en ropa oscura o clara, su pelo siempre se ve (en la oscura se ven los blancos, en la clara se ven los grises). No le prohíbo subirse a los sillones ni a la cama, ya que está bien educada (no rasguña ni araña nada), pero francamente es una lata limpiar todo el tiempo. Uso las hojas adhesivas de Scotch para quitar el pelo de los muebles y de mi ropa, pero fácil gasto entre 7 y 10 hojas diarias. Es un desperdicio total de papel que además no es reciclable.

    El rodillo sí me ha facilitado el trabajo diario de limpiar sillones y sillas, es muy rápido, súper fácil de limpiar y recoge todos los pelitos que mi gato deja. Estoy muy feliz de haberlo comprado y lo recomiendo ampliamente. Es importante considerar lo que explica el video: el rodillo NO gira completo, es solo de medio giro y para que funcione como debe funcionar el movimiento de limpieza debe ser en medios giros. Hace ruido, pero no es molesto, y solo ver lo rápido que recoge los pelos de gato me hace feliz.

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    Randy H.

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     This is hands down the best, fastest pet hair removal tool I’ve ever used. It’s quite ingenious actually. The roller is actually more of a rocker, meaning it rocks and pivots back and forth as you “roll” it over things, and by roll it’s really more of a scraping action. As you push and pull the ChomChom, there are two sets of lint roller hairs that grab the fur and deposit it in the chamber (one set grabs the hair as you push, the other set grabs the hair as you pull). I LOVE how I can go over a lot of surface area before having to empty the chamber, like an entire couch, something that would’ve required three or four tape roller sheets or 10-15 mins of vacuuming. The only negative I suppose is that it does require the thing you’re rolling to be somewhat taut. I also wish the handle was a little more comfortable to use (the bottom side of the handle isn’t smooth — it’s like a grate. Check out my video review. Bottom line, get this ChomChom!

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    Marcela

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     De verdad que es el MEJOR removedor de pelo. Tengo un corgi de 8 años y tira pelo todo el año y muy difícil de quitar. Siempre había batallado mucho con los muebles, ropa, etc, pero de verdad que una pasada del ChomChom y en un par de minutos limpié todos la sala completa, de manera muy sencilla y sin esfuerzo. Además te ahorras toda la basura que se genera por los removedores con pegamento. Lo recomiendo muchísimo! Está increíble el producto. Vean el video para usarlo adecuadamente!

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    Max0109

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     I’m very disappointed! I was so excited that I had this delivered yesterday. I woke up excited to use this and it didn’t work. I honestly wouldn’t waste my money.

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    Alexio

    Just to get this out of the way. If you’re asking me, “does it work?” the answer is simply, Yes.

    If you’re asking me if it works better than other products on the market at MUCH lower prices, the answer is less simply NO.

    It’s not great when dealing with angular surfaces. Sure it stores the fur in a little compartment so unlike other bristle-style brushes for this sort of de-furing, you don’t have to put it under the sink and rub it with your hands in order to get rid of all the extra little hairs that are firmly entrenched in the tiny bristles.

    Personally, for the price…I like the Lilly Brush. It’s great on whatever angle you’re looking to use it in. It’s not a back and forth motion with a stopper in place that makes it so you have a very limited range of motion in order to perform that “back and forth” motion to get things cleaned up….it’s all around a quicker, less troublesome option than something like the ChomChom roller.

    After months of use, i find myself less inclined to reach for this roller, than i am to reach for my other solutions. It’s not worth the price-point AT ALL, unless you are legitimately OCD and cannot have a bristle-style de-furing tool where you can see little bits of fur left behind after a cleaning, in that case…..this would be a great tool for you that i could see being totally worth the price. It’s not marketed like that. There’s a whole bunch of hoopla about the patent pending mechanism…..For me, it’s not about the bells and whistles. I have 2 cats. It’s about getting the job done in a timely fashion because i have to do it every day. If you’re in the same boat, get something else. Point-blank. Period.

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    Daisy Flower

    I bought it for $25. It has made my life easier but there are a few things I would like to mention. From my experience I have to alternate from using this and a lint roller aswell. The ChomChom roller picks up dog hair pretty well from flat surfaces and stores the hair in a compartment that you empty out after each use. I prefer this over having to peel off lint roller sheets. I would go through a new lint roller about every two months and it would get tideous to peel off every sheet and then refill each tube so often. With this, you just empty out and can use it again. The fabric material does tend to wear out after some time so you do have to replace it after a while (depending on how much you have used it). I think I’ll need about 3 of these a year. (My two small breed dogs shed a lot). Also, something I have noticed is that this roller picks hair off beds and other flat surfaces best. It does not pick hair off clothes so well. I have to keep a Lint roller to do that job. The price of the ChomChon seems to go up and down. As I said before I bought it for $25 and I now see that it’s currently listed for about $40. So considering that it doesn’t pick up hair off of clothes well and that you do have to replace the product eventually, it is quite pricey. I would say that $15-20 is a more appropriate price.

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    Jennifer C.

    Just didn’t work. Perhaps it could be the type of dog hair my kids have, but I do not believe that to be the case. Crazy inefficient; didn’t remove much hair at all, and what little it DID remove was nearly impossible to get off the roller. Tried using it a dozen different times with the same results. Sticky rollers and a wet latex glove still work 1k% better.

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