Go Sticky Roller Reviews: Silicone rollers from Schticky and Sticky Buddy both claim to suck up cat and dog fur, lint, coins, and crumbs, and can be cleaned, dried, and reused. Pitched by Vince Shlomi, the inimitable ShamWow man, you can “clean your home in a hurry with the Schticky.” Sticky Buddy offers “without the goo, the power of glue!” Schticky comes with three rollers, $19.95 plus shipping and handling; Sticky Pal, $10 plus shipping and handling, comes with two, with rubber fingers to help lift embedded hair from the carpet. That search. With three long-haired dogs and one cat, we visited a friend and put the goods to use.
Only the bottom line. They work, but you may want to hold on to other techniques. It takes more time to remove lint and hair from the rollers than the product videos suggest. We wanted to rub them under a faucet and dry them on a cloth that was lint-free.
(If you do so, take off their side caps so that when you clean something else, water does not flow through the tubes and leak out.) When faced with loads of hair, both rollers filled in one revolution and had to be washed until they picked up more.