Adhesive cleaners (so-called "rolls") are very useful tools for cleaning carpets. Even dust that cannot be sucked by a vacuum cleaner will be adsorbed.
However, the troublesome thing is the disposal of used tape. The dirty part is peeled off, cut at the perforation and thrown away, but it is often not cut at the perforation. Sometimes I can't find a cut in the tape and spend frustrating and wasted time touching the dirty tape with my fingers. Wouldn't it be a considerable sum of all the time wasted by Korokoro in various parts of Japan?
Rakukoro is a "Korokoro" that frees Japanese people from the stress of searching for breaks. The feature is that the roller for winding is mounted on the roller for adhesive tape. Since this winding roller winds up the used tape that has lost its adhesive strength, it is possible to save the trouble of peeling off the tape and throwing it away.
Pet hair is difficult to remove with a vacuum cleaner, and the tape tends to be peeled off more often with "rolling" cleaning. For families with pets, Rakukoro is a nice cleaning tool that shortens the cleaning time.
The price is open, but it is sold for 5,184 yen (including consumption tax) on the Dream-like mail order site. It's expensive for a roll, but it may be attractive enough for those who are struggling to find cuts in their pet's hair and tape.