EAZEE DOES IT!

by Janet Blue on September 5, 2017

Eazee Product Review

If you have been looking for a good way to eliminate shedding with both your long-haired and short-haired cat family, Eazee may be the tool for you. We have been testing the Eazee deshedding tool by Foolee®® for the past few weeks.

Cooper Murphy, along with Astrid, appears to have the shortest coat, but when I used the Eazee deshedding tool on Cooper, I could not believe how much fur the tool removed. He has a dense undercoat of which I wasn’t aware. I knew if it worked on him that it would be great for Lisbeth. With thick, medium-length fur, she is the worst of our “shedders.” Thankfully she loves being brushed. I quickly and easily removed handfuls of fur from her.

A small amount of Lily fur easily removed with the EAZEE deshedding tool.

Eazee comes with two easily interchangeable, comb-like tools—one for daily deshedding and one for intense deshedding. I used only the daily deshedding tool on our seven short-haired furries. It worked well, and I was quite pleased with the results.

I was not as pleased with the intense deshedding tool. I used it on Giulietta and found the teeth to be too short for her dense, fine, extra-long fur. And she didn’t care for it. That in itself would not be a reason for me to dislike the deshedder. Giulietta really does not like being combed or brushed and only tolerates short sessions. With this in mind, I need something a bit more heavy duty to use on her.

As far as ease of use for me, the Eazee deshedding tool is great. I have very weak hands with a lack of musculature, but found the contoured grip comfortable and easy to hold onto. And the mechanism for changing tools and releasing the collected fur also is simple to use. Six additional grooming heads can be purchased separately to attach to the universal handle, which is available in yellow, green, blue, purple, red and pink.

Eazee claims to be:

  • Safer with smooth, rounded, plastic teeth and no sharp edges;
  • Gentler as it does not pull out live hair but only removes shed fur;
  • Easier to use as fur slides off the anti-static, plastic comb and is ejected when the button atop the head is pulled back;
  • More effective in removing loose fur.

I used the Eazee on all eight cats, but for the purpose of this post, Dad Tom only photographed Lisbeth and Lily Olivia while I wielded the Eazee. They both were willing participants in the testing process.

 

 

I would estimate that we have a minimum off six different types of brushes/combs for Kitties Blue, but I think this will become my go-to for all but Giulietta. It was easy to use and did an exceptional job of removing lose fur. I would recommend the Eazee deshedding tool be added to your cat grooming arsenal.

The Eazee deshedding tool and Click & Brush grooming system are brought to you by Swees America, the U.S. division of a pet-focused product development company based in France. Marketed elsewhere under the Foolee® brand, these innovative products are available at finer pet stores. To find a retailer in your area, go to eazee.pet/find-a-store/.

Disclaimer: Kitties Blue received one Eazee deshedding tool from Matrix Partners Ltd. for the purpose of testing and review. We received no other compensation. The opinions expressed are mine alone.

 

 

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MrJackFreckles/Pipo/Angel-Minko September 7, 2017 at 12:29 am

That looks to be a furbulous tool for grooming Pipo…while he sheds a lot less than Minko did, he does have a think undercoat.
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McGuffy's Reader September 6, 2017 at 9:12 pm

Great review. We need that! ❤
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The Swiss Cats September 6, 2017 at 1:09 pm

That sounds like a great tool ! Purrs
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meowmeowmans September 5, 2017 at 10:48 pm

That sounds like a great tool! We will have to look into that, especially for Gracie with her thick undercoat.
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BeadedTail September 5, 2017 at 5:25 pm

We hadn’t heard of these before so thanks for the review! The models are purrfect too!
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mommakatandherbearcat September 5, 2017 at 4:26 pm

I heard about this from one of the booths at the BlogPaws Conference and I REALLY REALLY want to try it! I can’t find their products locally. We have a Furminator that I got after last year’s horrid shedding experience. This year’s been much, MUCH better – but Bear doesn’t like it like he loved a plain slicker brush. I also suspect it’s pulling out some healthy fur too because he had a bit of a bald spot for awhile. I definitely need to get my act together and order The Eazee online.
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The Island Cats September 5, 2017 at 3:20 pm

We need one of these. The combs and brushes that we have don’t seem to do the trick.

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Eastside Cats September 5, 2017 at 12:44 pm

We have a stash of combs and brushes, including a Furminator…but we use an old-fashioned human hair brush! Thanks for the review, though…
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The Menagerie Mom September 5, 2017 at 12:00 pm

I’m thinking the kitties around here could use one of these. They might not agree with me on that, but I think this would work wonders for them. Thank you for sharing!

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da tabbies o trout towne September 5, 2017 at 10:26 am

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Ellen Pilch September 5, 2017 at 9:55 am

That looks like a good tool. Sammy and a few others are short hair, but have that undercoat that is hard to deal with.XO
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Linda Arthur Tejera September 5, 2017 at 7:48 am

Looks good but the nearest place listed is about two hours from where I live and didn’t find it on Amazon or Chewy. Sigh… One of the (very few) drawbacks of living in a small town in the mountains! HA!
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Charles Huss September 5, 2017 at 6:16 am

I use my shirts. They all collect cat hair better than any product I have ever seen. 🙂
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Teddy September 5, 2017 at 5:58 am

Gosh, I’ve resisted all attempts to brush my furs that my Mom has instituted but I’m wondering if maybe I should give brushing a chance – Mom can tell I have a thick coat……probably I’d feel better without all that extra hiding undercoat fur. Anyway, that tool works for you which is GRAND.

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Summer September 5, 2017 at 12:58 am

This sounds like a good tool, although I wonder if the teeth are too short for Boodie’s fur.
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