Sharing an apartment with my roommate’s yellow lab meant I practically lived with a lint roller in hand. And not just for my clothes. Roughly 10 minutes before guests arrive, you can find this auntie dog furiously rolling up couches, rugs, chairs, and any flat surface within arm’s reach (because it’s not, a vacuum cleaner won’t cut it).
So when I scrolled this Floor Lint Roller on TikTok it was love at first sight. Equipped with an adjustable handle and large adhesive rollers, this virus lint remover can cover serious dirt.
Roll it over furniture and rugs to remove pet dander left from your fur baby’s naps. And it’s great for more than pet cleaning. Roll it on your bath mat after brushing your hair or trimming your bangs. Or roll it on the floor to pick up dirt, dust bunnies and small debris left behind. Amazon reviewers praise that the aluminum tube and extendable design make it super easy to tackle hard-to-reach clutter.
Shorten the handle, and it can be used to remove lint and pet dander from your clothing just like a standard lint roller. But unlike what you get from the dollar store, this baby has an extra sticky sheet of adhesive that’s wider than the average lint roller, so it cleans up more lint with every swipe. You’ll waste less time and arm strength rolling, and you won’t be left with mountains of used sheets to throw away when you’re done.
But take it from #CleanTok, there seems to be no limit to what this retractable lint roller can do. Users shared videos of themselves using the 2-in-1 to scoop up glitter after a party, scooping dust from under couches, cleaning cobwebs from vaulted ceilings, preparing bathroom floors for mopping, removing crumbs from car interiors. and sweep. fall out hair extensions.
This TikTok-loved lint roller is available on Amazon for just $26. Even though it comes with 25 removable adhesive sheets, I highly recommend keeping two packs of refill sheets handy from the start. Because once you start spinning, you won’t want to stop!
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Sarah Maberry is a trade writer with Hearst Magazines, covering trending products in fashion, beauty, lifestyle and more. He’s obsessed with being the first to wear, try on, watch, and buy what’s going viral.