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The Laundress Pet & Lint Brush

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$63
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$63
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Caring for your clothes is caring for the planet!

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Beechwood
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The Laundress Pet & Lint Brush
Regular price
$63
Regular price
$63
Sale price
$63
The First Brand Founded on a Total Commitment to Sustainability

We are driven by a passion for responsible action, and courageous change.

  • Caring for your clothes is caring for the planet! The Laundress products are carefully crafted to work their magic on specific fabrics and surfaces to keep them in play longer.
  • This interesting-looking brush removes serious lint, pet hair, and dandruff from all fabric surfaces including upholstery, car interiors, bedding, and clothing. A game-changer if you have furry friends.

Made of natural rubber using a patented technology and features an oiled beechwood handle.

Handcrafted by the artisans at Redecker, a 75-year-old family owned and run business in Germany. All Redecker brushes are made with the best natural fibers for cleaning.

This brush will last a lifetime.

  • Length: 5.3".
  • Brush in one direction over fabrics and furnishings to remove lint, fuzz, and pet hair. The natural rubber is charged by friction, which attracts hair, lint, and dust like a magnet.
  • To clean: Remove the collected lint after each use. Simply rinse under cold water to remove lint and hair by hand. Wash and reuse.
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As designers, it challenges us to build better, more sustainable products. As producers, it asks us to lift the lid on our supply chain bringing the consumer along on our journey.

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Kyle B.
United States
06/02/2022

Pretty Sweet Alternative to the Rolls

This work fairly well, it really depends on the fabric you are brushing against, and what you are trying to brush off. I, technically, think a roller with disposable sticky papers is probably the best, but that isn't sustainable and is a terrible product for the environment. I am happy to use this instead.