ChomChom Roller
Amazon

Is the ChomChom Roller the Last Pet Hair Remover You'll Ever Buy?

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ChomChom Roller
Amazon

Tame the Fur

When something blows up on TikTok, savvy shoppers take notice. Case in point: the ChomChom Roller, which is enjoying a moment as everyone's new favorite pet hair removal tool. The ChomChom may do a good job of removing pet hair from clothing, furniture, and elsewhere (it does, most people say) but no single tool can do it all. These favorites can keep the pet hair at bay — and your home looking its best.

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ChomChom Roller
Amazon

ChomChom Roller

Price: $25 from Amazon
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There is no shortage of glowing reviews for the ChomChom Roller on Amazon. And yes, the vast majority of them confirm that the ChomChom Roller does what it's designed to do: remove pet hair from furniture and other flat surfaces. Just swipe it back and forth a few times and watch the fur disappear.

Nado Care Pet Hair Remover
Amazon

Nado Care Pet Hair Remover

Price: $25 from Amazon
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Can't get your paws on a ChomChom Roller? No worries. There are plenty of other pet hair removers that look the same and do the job just as well as the ChomChom, according to reviews. There's the Nado, the Delomo, the Ordora, and countless others. The only drawback is that you won't really save any money by buying one of these brands instead of the ChomChom Roller.

Carrand Lint and Hair Removal Brush
Walmart

Carrand Lint and Hair Removal Brush

Price: $4 from Walmart
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Ever taken Fido for a spin in the car? Then you know how easily pet hair can find its way into every nook and cranny of your car: seats, armrests, consoles, floors. But dirt and dander can't hide from the long, rubber teeth on this handheld detailing brush, buyers say, and it cleans up with soap and water.

Evriholder FURemover Broom
Amazon

Evriholder FURemover Broom

Price: $15 from Amazon
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If you're really going to stay on top of controlling pet hair, the task has to begin with bathing and grooming. And that's when the fur really starts to fly. When it comes time to clean up, a good broom is essential for getting pet hair off tile, linoleum, and other hard surfaces. The 12-inch-wide broom head has the same type of grippy rubber teeth you'll see on handheld pet hair brushes, plus a squeegee edge (users say wetting the broom head before use makes it extra-grabby). The handle telescopes from 36 inches to 60 inches, too.

Lilly Brush Mini Pet Hair Detailer
Amazon

Lilly Brush Mini Pet Hair Detailer

Price: $12 from Amazon
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Ever use a bench scraper to clean up in the kitchen? Same basic principle applies here. The Lilly Brush's broad rubber edges gently strip pet hair and dander from fabric-covered seats, cushions, and liners, with rounded and angled corners to clean crevices and seams.

Lilly Brush Save Our Sweaters
Amazon

Lilly Brush Save Our Sweaters

Price: $13 from Amazon
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Every pet owner has at least one horror story of showing up for an important event only to discover that their wool skirt or sweater, cotton dress shirt or slacks is covered in Fido's fur. Sure, you could just carry one of those sticky-tape lint rollers with you everywhere, but they're bulky as heck and create a lot of waste. This compact wand measures just over 6 inches long and comes with a travel cover so you can slip it in a purse, backpack, or handbag. There's one drawback, however: The manufacturer says it's designed for natural fibers only.

OXO Good Grips Furlifter
Amazon

OXO Good Grips Furlifter

Price: $10 from Amazon
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If your wardrobe leans more toward synthetic fibers — or you have leather furniture — users say the OXO Furlifter does the trick. And it's compact enough to pop in a car's glove compartment, a travel bag, or a desk drawer, so you can clean up after Rover (and make sure you're also looking neat) when you bring your furry pal to the office or on vacation.

Scotch-Brite Lint Roller Value Pack
Amazon

Scotch-Brite Lint Roller Value Pack

Price: $9 from Amazon
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They're cheap and they work. That's the reason people keep buying sticky-tape lint rollers like these. But brand-name rollers like these seem to work best, according to owner reviews, because they don't skimp on adhesive the way knockoffs can. For the best price, buy 'em in multipacks.

Ecoigy Wool Dryer Balls
Amazon

Ecoigy Wool Dryer Balls

Price: $9 from Amazon
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No matter how diligent you may be with your pet hair rollers and lint removers, vacuums and brushes, there are bound to be stray hairs that just will not let go of your clothing. These wool dryer balls are a Cheapism reader favorite and they do a good job of removing random pet hairs, plus they're a natural alternative to chemical-based dryer sheets.

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Bissell Pet Hair Eraser 33A1
Amazon

Bissell Pet Hair Eraser 33A1

Price: $31 from Amazon
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Sometimes, you just gotta break out the big guns if you're going to get your pet hair problem under control. Especially if it's shedding season or you have more than one pet. Although just about any handheld vacuum will pick up pet hair and dirt, this Bissell model performs well in professional tests and passes the owner test. Good Housekeeping gives it the thumbs-up, saying the rubber nubbies on the nozzle make it a cinch to dislodge stubborn hairs. If the 16-foot cord isn't quite long enough for you — or you want attachments for cleaning hard-to-reach spaces — Bissell's Cleanview Deluxe is just $10 more and it has an 18-foot cord.

Eufy Anker RoboVac 11S
Amazon

Eufy Anker RoboVac 11S

Price: $220 from Amazon
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Sure, you love your pet. We all do. But at some point, you have to throw in the towel and let the machines take over. This robotic vacuum cleaner is a top seller at Amazon; some 16,000 buyers have left feedback, the bulk of it positive. It's just 2.8 inches high, allowing it to slip under furniture and ferret out dust bunnies, and the unit can get up to 100 minutes of cleaning power on a full charge. Wirecutter, Consumer Reports, and Wired, all say the Eufy is a great budget alternative to pricier Roomba vacs.