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Easy Pet Hair Removal PDF Print E-mail
Written by Morgan   
Sunday, 30 August 2009 10:12

Your pets are your best friends. They offer unconditional love and companionship. However, none of us love the hair they leave behind. If you have shedding animals, you know how frustrating it can be to clean your floors only to find pet hair tumbleweeds in the corners the next day. Fortunately, you can reduce pet hair build-up on your furniture and floors. We have compiled an easy three-step guide for your best pet hair removal technique.

1. Prevent

The best way to avoid those pet-hair tumbleweeds that accumulate in corners is to make a preemptive strike. Groom your pets regularly. Brushing your animal will gather up all that excess hair and undercoat that eventually become fur bunnies. If you have a high-shedding dog, such as a Golden Retriever, you will want to brush your pet daily. A great brush to use is the Lentek Ionic Waterless Pet Brush. It uses odor neutralizing ions that waterlessly bathe your pet while greatly reducing the pet dander left behind.

2. Wet

Before you start working out all those stray dog and cat hairs, you will save yourself some grief if you wet it a bit first. Mist the area you’re trying to de-fur with a spray bottle of water. You don’t want it wet, you just want a light mist to help weigh down the hairs a bit. For an added boost to hair-clumping capabilities, put some fabric softener in your spray bottle. Liquid fabric softener and dryer sheets work equally as well. The static-removing agents in the fabric softener are like a magnet for stray pet hairs, so you can get to hairs deep in upholstery or carpet.

3. Remove

Once the pet hair is damp, then you can start the removal process. For floors, vacuuming is effective…as a first step. So run the vacuum over floors and upholstery. Make sure you change your bag often, as a full bag reduces your vacuum’s efficiency as well as creating a fire hazard.

Once you’ve vacuumed, you will probably need to go over the areas again. Running a damp sponge over your carpet will help clean up strays. Velcro works great to get deep into the carpet fibers, as well as latex gloves or an inflated balloon. The Velcro grabs and the latex in the gloves and the balloon attracts hair. Once you’ve completed this, you can enjoy your fur free floors and furniture!

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