Pet hair remover - How to remove dog and cat hair

If you have cats or dogs (or both!), you might go through the situation that your pet hair is almost in every place of your house, from your clothes to your furniture, or sofa. And since pet hair clings to stuff a little bit tighter than a squirrel and its nut in winter, it's pretty hard to remove their hair. Here are some smart tips on how to remove pet hair, dog hair, cat hair. Let's check out for pet hair remover, pet hair removal tips and get moreamazing facts about animals.

How to remove pet hair, dog hair, cat hair - Pet hair remover

How to remove pet hair

From Furniture

Remove pet hair from upholstery and fabric with dampened rubber gloves by running your hand over the surface to attract hair. Simply rinse off the glove when it’s covered with hair and repeat as needed. If you don't have rubber gloves handy, try a slightly wet sponge instead. This method doesn’t use up lots of tape needlessly. 

Or, lightly spray a mix of water and fabric softener onto your upholstered furniture, then wipe off.

To remove pet hair from wooden furniture, use a soft cloth and furniture polish or anti-static dusting spray. The spray will eliminate the electric charge, making removal easier and lessening the likelihood that the dog or cat hair will re-stick.

From Floors

For carpet, scrape a pumice stone gently along the surface. Any hair will gather right up (plus your carpet won’t suffer from rough, dry skin this winter). You can use FURminator on your rugs. It may scrape up the hair, but doesn’t damage the carpet when used lightly.

When vacuuming your carpet, go over areas twice and alternate directions to loosen stubborn hairs.

On hardwood, laminate or other bare floors, use an electrostatic or microfiber dry mop; vacuums tend to blow hair around versus corral it in one spot. 

From Clothes

Keep one of those lint rollers right beside your door, for a quick cat or dog hair removal session before you leave to meet friends or go to work.

For larger quantities of hair, try throwing your clothes in the dryer, along with a dryer sheet for 10 minutes. Or, use a dryer ball for a chemical free solution. The movement and softener loosens hair, which winds up in the lint trap. Adding liquid water softener to the washer helps too.

From Pets Themselves

Brushing (or better yet, FURminating) about two days a week dramatically cuts down on the amount of fur tumbleweeds rolling through your living room.

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