This top-rated pet hair roller removes an incredible amount of fur: 'You'll be disgusted and amazed'

Adrianna Barrionuevo
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"I woke up like this—on the couch. Sorry." (Photo: Getty)
"I woke up like this—on the couch. Sorry." (Photo: Getty)

We love our furry friends, but the struggle is real when it comes to pet hair taking over the home. De-fuzzing couches, pillows and beds can feel like an endless chore, but the ChomChom roller is a game-changing solution.

The reusable (and eco-friendly!) non-adhesive roller removes pet hair from any surface — and according to Chewy reviewers, it’s the best $25 you’ll spend.

It works by pulling those deeply embedded hairs from your clothes and upholstery and scraping them back into a chamber that can be emptied out, so you can repeat the process all over again. Since there’s zero need for batteries, sticky paper or refills of any sort, the tool will last and last.

“The ChomChom Roller is the BEST lint roller EVER!!!” one shopper reported. “...It works great. Not just for pet hair but also for lint. If you don’t have this I totally recommend it.”

The ChomChom Roller working its magic. (Photo: Chewy)
The ChomChom Roller working its magic. (Photo: Chewy)

How it works

Just sweep the roller back and forth—an electrostatic charge will instantly attract pet hair and deposit it into a compartment that can be easily emptied when full.

“This thing works very well,” one shopper who tried it on the carpet reports. “Quick short rolls back and forth on any carpet will reveal TONS of pet hair that somehow was hiding there — despite having recently vacuumed. (Makes me question if my vacuum even works at all?!)”

It’s a time-saver

Forget spending hours using a vacuum, lint roller or adhesives only to be disappointed with the results. Users say the ChomChom roller not only gets the job done — it’s also a time-saving miracle.

“A friend recommended this to use on my couch,” a shopper reported. “A lighter couch that collects cat hair like a magnet. I rolled this around and the hair was gone within seconds. Super easy to empty too.”

“This works great! It picks up fur really well! My cat trees have never looked so clean and it doesn't take nearly as much time!” another added.

Designed with a hair collecting compartment that can be emptied out easily once it’s full. (Photo: Chewy)
Designed with a hair collecting compartment that can be emptied out easily once it’s full. (Photo: Chewy)

It works better than a vacuum

It’s a well-known fact that Fido isn’t a fan of the noisy vacuum — neither are humans. With the ChomChom roller, you’ll get a quick and effective cleanup that rivals that bulky machine.

“Best pet hair remover by far,” a shopper noted. “I just ordered two more. Took maybe two minutes to clean a white couch cushion that looked black from all the hair! Tried it on my jacket as well. I should have taken a before and after pic. Works better than the vacuum and lint rollers!!”

Another chimed in: “I will admit I was skeptical buying this at first, but it is easily the best thing I have ever bought for removing cat hair off of my couch. I had tried all sorts of vacuums and lint rollers and none of them even come close to how well the ChomChom Roller works. I would give it more than five stars if I could.”

Without the use of adhesives or sticky tape, there’s no need to buy refills. (Photo: Amazon)
Without the use of adhesives or sticky tape, there’s no need to buy refills. (Photo: Amazon)

Bottom line: If you have pets, get this thing asap

“No kidding. You need this,” a shopper shared. “You'll be disgusted and amazed at the amount of hair in it. BUY THIS AND THANK ME LATER.”

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