Anyone with pets and a penchant for black attire knows that lint brushes are a must-have. Personally, I keep one on my dresser, one in my bag, and one in the car — because the last thing I need is to arrive for a therapy appointment covered in cat fur, giving my therapist yet another reason to worry about my well-being.
The result is that I look like I’ve got my life together, but at what cost? I know those single-use sheets on my jumbo-size lint roller aren’t good for the environment, and it always takes more than one sheet to fully de-fur myself — not to mention the precious real estate the roller uses up in my bag.
And that’s how I met Grove Co.’s Two-Sided Eco Lint Brush. It’s compact, reusable, and it has two types of lint-removers for top-notch fuzz removal. Wondering how it compares to my beloved sticky-tape lint rollers? Read on as I put the Eco Lint Brush to the test on three of my most fuzz-prone items.