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Q: What's the best way to use the Stubble Buddy?
A: We recommend using the stubble buddy on a dry surface (sink/floor/tub/
Q: Why is my billing statement coming from Pete & Pedro Men's Grooming Co. and not Stubble Buddy?
A: The Stubble Buddy is a sister company of Pete & Pedro. Pete & Pedro will both fulfill your order and be the name on your payment statement. This is completely normal and you will receive no additional charges from the Stubble Buddy.
Q: What is included with my Stubble Buddy?
A: Included in the box with the Stubble Buddy is a USB charging cord for fast and easy charging, and a specialized brush for brushing out hairs that may fall where the Stubble Buddy doesn't fit.
Q: Does Stubble Buddy need batteries and what is the best way to charge it?
A: NO BATTERIES NEEDED! The Stubble Buddy is USB rechargeable. Just plug it in and let it go. One full charge can last up to 3 months.
Q: I wet shave with a shaving razor, so my hair and sink will be wet, will The Stubble Buddy work?
A: We do not recommend using it on a wet surface. It will work but not nearly as effectively as on a dry surface. For best results use an electric trimmer or any tool over a dry surface, then grab the Stubble Buddy.
Q: If I grow my beard out, then use a trimmer to cut it short every month or so, will The Stubble Buddy pick up that much hair?
A: The Stubble Buddy is designed to pick up regular maintenance hair trimmings. It will work on larger hair clumps, but may require emptying it once or twice depending on the amount of hair. Very large clumps may also clog the brushes. We recommend to pick the clumps up and throw them out first, then use The Stubble Buddy to clean up the remaining hard to clean trimmings!
Q: How do I know if the Stubble Buddy is full?
A: We recommend emptying out the Stubble Buddy after each use. If it is too full, it will not vacuum as well and will make a higher pitched noise. Simply empty the collection tray into the trash and vacuum away again!
Q: What about my hairs that are hard to reach right around the faucet handles?
A: The Stubble Buddy is best used on flat, dry surfaces. If it is at a ridiculous angle or too small of an area to get into it won't suck up the hair. It does come with its own special brush though that is perfect for sweeping the hair out of those hard to reach areas.