Dyson Your Dog!

Yep, that’s right, now you can even use your Dyson to hoover your dog.

Do you have a hairy dog? And do you have a Dyson? If you can answer yes to both questions, you might want to consider the new Dyson Groom Tool. It’s the manufacturer’s new dog grooming brush, which attaches to the end of a Dyson vacuum cleaner and sucks dog hair away as you brush.

It sounds like a God-send for dog owners – grooming a dog indoors is usually a sure-fire way of guaranteeing a hairy floor and the need to vacuum straight afterwards.

The Groom Tool is a grooming brush designed to keep homes with pets cleaner by sucking dog hairs straight from the brush into a Dyson vacuum cleaner. While grooming the dog, the suction is split so it sucks loose hair away, while not attaching itself to the dog’s skin.

Releasing a thumb-operated button on the back focuses the suction on the head of the Groom Tool, and it’s this that sucks the hair away from the brush leaving a clean brush and the hair in the Dyson.

Check out the video below for an explanation of the Dyson Groom Tool.




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