It’s no secret, my sisters Sascha, Zoe and Dolly have a whole lotta fluff going on. Sister Gracie and I have the short furs, but we’ve been known to leave our furs around and about too. Sometimes it can be just plain difficult to get all of those furs up, especially on some of our furniture that has nice cracks and crevices. The vacuum thingy doesn’t get it all up and neither does the conventional fur picker-uppers.
Well, Sticky Sheets might just be the answer. The nice folks at Sticky Sheets sent us some to try out. Now with 5 of us, the humans are always de-furring the furniture. Of course we feel obligated to re-fur it to get it back to normal as quickly as possible. So, we thought, at any given time there is not much remaining fur around. Well, maybe not. Sticky Sheets are just what they sound like. They are great big clear sheets with a peel of back that, once you remove the protective backing, are, well, sticky. I can tell, you get the concept already. Smart bunch you are! You press the Sticky Sheet down on the furred area, rub over it a couple times and then peel it back off. Viola, fur comes along fur the ride. We tried them on Sister Gracie’s favorite chair, for a couple of reasons. As you know, she is always sitting in "her" chair, it has a rough fabric with lots of places for fur to hide, and we wanted to see, since we were sure it would pick up long furs, if it would pick up the Sister Gracie short furs.
One thing we learned right off the bat, well, maybe two things. One, they are really simple to use, and two, plastic sheets are hard to get a good picture. There is a much better demo in the video on the Sticky Sheets Website HERE.
Notice in this picture that you can’t really see through the sheet. Well, they were clear sheets when we peeled the back off. It’s difficult to tell from the picture, but the sheet is covered with short little furs making the sheet opaque. can see lots of little furs on the right side of the picture. We could have sworn the chair was pretty darn clean.
Please note: I am not compensated for this post. I did receive product for review but that does not in any way alter or influence my opinion which is, and always will be, completely honest.
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