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As Seen on TV: "The Sticky Buddy"

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From the perfect abs to the perfect pancakes, as seen on TV products promise lots of results. The question is: do they really work?

 

This week we put the Sticky Buddy to the test, a sticky roller that promises to pick up just about anything.

We brought the Sticky Buddy to see Dr. Teri-Lee James, at the Two Rivers Veterinary Hospital in West Fargo, a place that sees plenty of hair and fur. "It looks kind of like a standard lint roller except I noticed you don't have to refill the sticky part which is nice cause we go through a-lot of those as you can imagine."Said James.

Once we started working with the Sticky Buddy, it seemed to do it's job picking up most of the loose pet fur and working right after we rinsed it. The commercial even shows the Sticky Buddy being used as a pet brush right on the animal, which our cat seemed to enjoy.

"Definitely this seems to be enjoyable for her she doesn't seem to be nervous or scared of it and like I said it's getting off a little bit of fur probably all of the loose fur that she has right now."

However even though we found the Sticky Buddy to work, it's a very high maintenance product. Needing to be washed and dried clean frequently. Failure to do makes the product un-productive.

The Sticky Buddy retails for around ten dollars.

 

 

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