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e-cloth is a brand that has been enabling chemical-free cleaning in the UK since 1995 and in the US since 2008. e-cloth®’s cleaning products work with just water to meet all cleaning challenges. Their aim is to supply the most effective, healthiest and most environmentally-friendly cleaning system available at a good value to the consumer. They recently offered me the chance to review their E-Cloth Pet Grooming Mitt for free.
Here are some of the e-cloth Pet Grooming Mitt features:
- 88% Polyester / 12% Nylon
- size: 11″ x 5.9″
- Includes specially created grooming fibers to remove loose hair
- Two-tone side
- Brown and white side cleans and polishes – grooms away loose hair and debris from pet’s coat
- Cream side great for gently grooming around facial area
- May be used wet or dry; use wet for all over use at bath time
- Quickly and easily removes dirt and mud from all sizes of pets and all types of fur
- Makes hard to clean areas such as legs, tail and underside easier to do
- Guarantee for 300 Machine washes
I really love that the grooming mitt has two different textures to it. The cream side is great for pulling up any loose hair because it has the orangeish colored bristles. Plus the cats all seemed to really like that side around their face. The darker side seems to polish their hair and make it shiny.
Oliver is very finicky about being touched. Some days he wants to be a lap cat all day and be cuddled and pet, other days he runs away when you try to touch him. He has never really liked being groomed. One day I was sitting at my computer desk (yes, I prefer a desktop over a laptop), and he just jumped into my lap. Luckily I had the e-cloth Pet Grooming Mitt and a camera right next to me. He let me groom him for a few minutes, and probably would have let me go longer but I stopped to turn off the camera. As you can see in the video, Oliver loves getting groomed!
Jewel can be hit or miss with grooming. Sometimes she loves the attention and pampering, other days she wants to merely be admired, while sitting in your lap. The day I shot the following video, she acted like she wanted to be groomed, but I had to cut it short, because she quickly lost interest. It was probably because Oliver was playing with a fuzzy ball on the floor below her.
Harley is almost always up to be groomed. He was our first cat, who we rescued when he was just an itty bitty kitten, and has loved to be spoiled ever since. He likes the finer things in life, like dog sized pet beds in front of windows so he can sprawl out.