Win a Lilly Brush to Save Our Sweaters!


Let’s face it: pets mean pet hair. And that hair has a way of working itself into our sweaters!

One of our readers will win a Lilly Brush designed to remove pet hair as well as fabric pills, lint, and even light soil from fabrics.

The Lilly Brush is designed with nylon bristles so it can be used on your sweaters, removing the hair or pills without shaving a hole in the sweater weave. It’s designed to be used on all natural fabrics including cotton, wool, cashmere, angora, hemp and alpaca. (Why only natural fabrics? Artificial fabrics hold onto those pills and pet hairs much tighter than natural fabrics.)

I love that it’s portable; I can toss it in my purse for use at a pet conference or if we go out to dinner. (How many times have you not noticed the pet hair on your sweater until you got out in public??)

Along with using the Lilly Brush as a pill and hair remover for your natural fiber sweaters, you can also use it to remove pet hair from upholstery. If the fabric is washable, you can dampen the Lilly Brush to help prevent static buildup–which, in turn, would attract even more pet hair!

We’ve got one Lilly Brush to give one lucky reader to remove pet hair!

How to Enter

We’ve got several ways to enter in the widget below; you can choose as many or as few entry methods as you like! Good luck!

We received a Lilly Brush for review/giveaway.

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  • Ruckus the Eskie

    I worry constantly! Ruckus sheds like a mad dog

  • dh_jax

    Both…’s kinda a fact of life with dogs, especially double coated dogs like my shelties which is what all but two of my dogs are….I have eight total, including three rescues….. However, I try to keep the hair off my clothes….I use a lot of those sticky tape rolls, this would be really great to have. I read a couple great reviews and would love to try it as I think it would be great for keeping the pet hair off my sweaters. Thanks for the chance to win

  • Helga

    Its a fact of my life!

  • jennifer p

    Pet hair is just a fact of life, I don’t worry about it anymore.

  • dawn rasor

    Because we have two rough collies, pet hair is a fact of life. But I still don’t want to wear them to work everyday. When we just had our sable and white collies, we avoided wearing black. But now we have a tri color (bls,wht,tan) collie as well so now we try to avoid white clothes too. But you just can’t do that all the time. I have found a great tip for getting their long pet hair off my couch where they rub against it as they walk by, I put on a pair of latex gloves and rub them over the furniture and the hair rolls up so you can pick it off. But we could really use this Lilly brush for our clothes.

    • dawn rasor

      (I meant black, white and tan for my tri color collie)

  • magentaruby1

    When you have a pet, one should be expected of a little cat hair, no worries.

  • Sandra Gaultois

    It’s cat hair, not a big deal. Fact of owning pets 🙂

  • Rachel T

    It is a fact of life for me, but it still drives me completely nuts!

  • Rachel T

    It drives me crazy, but it never ends around here.

  • Theresa Spaid

    It is just a fact of life around here. Black jeans for work gets the worse of if. I take a little bit of the kids to work me.

  • Anita J White

    I do worry when having to leave the house..but it is still a fact of life exspecialy having 5 cats

  • Phoenixtl

    It’s a fact of life, but it’s still nice if I can brush off the top layer!

  • Danielle Murgia

    It is a fact of life with a cat and a dog. I do like to make sure I am fur free though when I go to teach school.

  • Holly E

    I think it’s just a fact of life with 5 cats and a dog, but I still try to keep my clothes pet hair free.

  • Deanna

    I have a jack russell that gets hair EVERYWHERE! It drives me crazy.

  • Jdace

    I think that fur is part of my outfit. I would not know what to do without it.

  • Candice S.

    I’m always aware that I have cat hair on my clothes and just hope the person I’m talking to doesn’t notice.

  • Evelyn Chuter

    It’s just a fact of life with cats. Everyone that knows me is use to it. I have always had many many cats for many many years. Could you please tell how to find the code so I could get the 100 points. I have asked before because I can never find it.

  • sandy weinstein

    sometimes, when i am getting ready to go out, but my dogs dont really shed much

  • Lisa F.

    I don’t care very often about the pet hair because it’s a small price to pay for the love of animals. But, this would be a great product to have when you really need to look perfect.

  • Shelley P

    I think it’s a fact of life with having 7 dogs and a cat 🙂 I like to keep the pet hair off my clothes as much as possible when going out though.

  • Karen DeGraaf

    ITS IT A FAT FOR SURE……………………..

  • Christine Aiello

    I don’t really worry about pet hair on my sweater but I do try to get it off. I don’t freak out about it if I have some on me though!

  • andie

    Just a fact of life with a cat – we’ve learned to just ignore and move on.

  • Carissa Joslyn

    It’s just how it is when you have pets, but I wouldn’t want a ton of cat hair on me when I leave the house! 😀

  • Rachael Henzman

    I try not to stress about it too much but this sure would be nice to have!

  • fatmeatloaf1

    It depends. I was slightly mortified at a funeral when I noticed I was covered in cat fur (black dress, brught church lighting).

  • Joanne Gregory

    I only worry about it when I am going out. Or when I cook dinner, which is usually when I change my shirt.

  • michele376

    I worry about pet hair on sweaters and dark clothes when ever I go out. I avoid black because that.

  • Raine Dawson

    I’ve come to terms that it’s part of my style lol, but I do wish I had a way to safely remove fur from my good sweaters because it is very noticable when I go out and those rolly sticker things don’t cut it on some material.

  • Leah Lucas

    I don’t mind if its on my lounge at home clothes. I keep it off my furniture and my work and going out clothes though.

  • helobuff

    I would rather not look like a fur ball leaving the house.

  • Heather Bridson

    I have pugs that shed year round, its just a fact of life for us.

  • Shelly

    Would love one 🙂

  • Robin A

    Pet hair is a fact of life in our house

  • Deena

    I only worry about hair on my clothes when I have to go to work or somewhere nice.

  • Cynthia Amber Downer

    For me, it’s just a fact of life. But I don’t leave the house often(I’m a stay at home mom). It really bothers my boyfriend though.

  • It’s definitely a fact of life in our house, but I prefer not to have fur on my clothes when I go out. 🙂

  • lilyk

    It’s just a fact of life with pets.

  • LyricInTime2803

    Doesn’t bother me- I don’t even notice it anymore.

  • Wen Budro

    I don’t like pet hair on my clothes.