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Easily Remove Pet Hair From Your Apartment
Here are my easy, effective and inexpensive ways to get rid of pet hair from your home
Of course there is the method of using tape,
which admittedly is time consuming and uses
a lot of it, but is effective. You can also
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, or, lightly spray a mix of
water and fabric softener onto your
upholstered furniture, then wipe off (which
also makes your place smell great)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 hair will restick.
For carpet, scrape a pumice stone
gently along the surface. Any hair will
gather right up, you can also use a
damp sponge or a nylon scrub brush.
Then proceed with vacuuming. 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. After this I
always like to use a damp mop or wet
jet to get the hairs that just didn’t get
picked up the with the dry method.
Using the wet one first, tends to just
guck everything up and leaves smear
marks on the floors.
Keep one of those lint rollers right beside
your door, for a quick 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 during regular laundry helps too
by reducing the static electricity in your
Do you have preferred methods? Please