Here's something I bet your dog doesn't have: a brush that removes bad smells from his fur!
There's no perfume in it, no baking soda, just stainless steel. Okay, so stainless steel is said to remove fish, garlic, and onion smells from human hands, but dog fur? And what about pet fur that doesn't smell like fish, garlic, or onion?
The brush seems to be made primarily of rubber; even most of the tines are rubber...
Although... there is a clump of stainless steel tines near one end.
And it is these stainless steel tines, when combined with water, that remove odors from your pet's fur.
How did The Odor Removing German Pet Brush come about?
The discovery that a particular stainless steel could remove pet odors began at a factory in Solingen, Germany. Though the factory produced many different products, the workers always wanted to work a certain machine. This machine produced stainless steel.
Why was this machine so popular? Because, unlike the other machines in the factory, this machine did not emit an odor! Local scientists explained to the factory workers that when that particular stainless steel is mixed with water it removes odors. One step led to another, and the "Zilopet" was born.
The back-stories of inventions are always interesting, aren't they?
Well, this is what you, the pet owner, do: Open the top of the brush and moisten the sponge inside the cover. Then brush!
Easy enough! Want to try it?
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