piokrza wrote:The new design of the pet-brush consist bristles, so it would happend. I had Roomba 780 and Samsung SR8855. Hairs get tangled around brush bars as well, but in case of Samsung they were easier to remove (different brush design).
I suspect that until one of these manufacturers do not invent any soultion to pick up the hairs from floor without tangling or remove the hairs from the brush during their work, we would need to clean them reguralry
Ps. Take a look at new Electrolux BrushRollClean technology or Dyson Tangle-free Turbine tool -- I would be very grateful to see such or similar technology in ALL vacuum brush bars.
JEfromCanada wrote:When I upgraded to the Pet Brush Kit, I immediately noticed a vast improvement to the floor & carpet (i.e. significantly more pet hair was picked up by the brush than by the beater bar). Our pets' hair was relatively short compared to a human hair, so the hair was mostly being removed from the brush by the powerful suction and transferred to the dustbin. I think that longer hair adheres to the carpet/floor until it has had time to be drawn around the brush multiple times, and of course, at this point, it will not be deposited into the dustbin.
I laughed a bit bit thereJEfromCanada wrote:The solution seems obvious. Have your girlfriend shave her head!
olerass wrote:Which type of floors do you have? Are you sure it picks up hair better from your floors and not just your carpet? I guess if you did notice it picks up hair better on the floors, then you must have been able to see the beater bar didn't do a good enough job - either that it left hair on the floor or something else? I'm just curious because on my floors (hardwood) I don't see any hair or dirt not picked up by the beater bar and thus I assume it does a good enough job already. We have two cats whose hair I guess qualifies for "short hair" and those seem to be picked up just fine by the beater bar. The reason I bought the Pet brush was to avoid the noise, but if it comes at a cost of much more maintenance I'm not so sure it's worth it.
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