We take the dog out in the car often and although we have pet covers, the seats still get covered in dog hair. It is always my car that the dog comes out in as my boyfriend will not chance getting his beloved car messed up. This still brush was bought from Wilkinson's so that we could easily remove pet hair from the car seat.
==Price and availability==
The cost of the brush is £4.99 and you can buy it online or in DIY stores such as Wilkinson's.
==Description and usage==
The brush is blue and it comes with a large handle that is rubberised for comfort. The base is solid plastic and covered in stiff nylon bristles. The base of the brush is slightly angled so that you can get into the corners and that tight gap between the seat base and back rest. The handle has a contoured rubber grip so that you can easily hold the brush and put quite a bit of pressure on the seats. The nylon bristles are close together so that they grab hold of the hair and hold on to it to prevent it slipping away.
The brush is designed to be used on upholstery, car seats and vinyl surfaces. The brush can be used dry which is how we use it as a seat brush or wet so that the long bristles can penetrate stains and assit any detergent that you wish to use with it.
We store this brush with the rest of the car cleaning equipment in the shed but you could store it in the boot if you wanted to so that it is always ready to use. The brush is useful for pet hair because it pulls it off the seats and does not simply disperse it. We vacuum the car out in the summer but it does not get some of the hair that sticks in the seat fabric so stubbornly. This brush manages to do that and keeps the seats free of hair! We gave a couple of our friends a lift to the races and the car had dog hair on the seat which transferred onto their clothes! It was embarrassing and we resolved to keep the car hair free in the future.
Large Interior Brush