Would you like a Dyson Groom tool? We need 3 people who have a Dyson who'd like to try out a Groom tool & ideally video & write up their experiences for the mag and possibly Dyson's own website. You get to keep the Groom tool at the end. I guess you need a dog not already scared of the vacuum who moults! Email me with Dyson in the subject title with why you'd like to try it out! email@example.com
Here's a link to find out more about the Groom Tool http://www.dyson.co.uk/vacuums/groom/howWorks.asp
Here's how it works...
How to use the Dyson groom tool
Make sure your dog's coat is clean and completely dry and has no large knots or tangles. Attach the Dyson groom tool to the hose on your Dyson vacuum cleaner.
Groom your dog in the direction of the coat, using smooth, even strokes. Apply a little pressure as you groom to make sure the slicker bristles reach into the undercoat.
To suck the hair away, remove the Dyson groom tool from your dog's coat and release the trigger
Dyson’s Groom tool is self-cleaning and mess-free, sucking up dog hair before it falls to the floor.
James Dyson: “A moulting dog isn’t man’s best friend. Conventional grooming tools create a fur cloud and more cleaning. We’ve engineered the Groom tool to hygienically remove fur, without the mess. ”
The Dyson Groom tool’s stainless steel bristles remove loose hair and dead skin. Bristles and air flow are controlled via thumb pressure on a tab. As the thumb is lifted, pressure is reduced and the bristles retract. Simultaneously, air flow is re-directed to suck hair and allergens into the clear bin – hygienically.
Suitable for medium or long-haired dogs, it fits the hose of most Dyson vacuum cleaners. The length of the bristles can be adjusted by pushing down on the trigger. And because the bristles do not protrude, it’s easy to store.
Want one? Email me with Dyson in the subject title with why you'd like to try it out! firstname.lastname@example.org Remember you must be able to video your trial and take some photos.