Tips To Keep Your House Free Of Dog /Cat Hair

If you have a pet, you know how frustrating pet hair can be. Your cats leave hair everywhere. You vacuum, dust and clean the house only to see new tumbleweeds of hair rolling across the floor. You go out to dinner and look down to find beautiful cat hairs firmly attached to your dress.There is no magic solution to dealing with pet hair but we did get some great tips on how pet lovers all over the world effectively deal with the problem.

As a pet parent, you might not even notice just how much has accumulated in the carpet, on the furniture, or in the corners.If you are a pet parent seeking to deepen your knowledge on cat/dog fur care, we've got you covered.

Keep your pet well groomed
Since cat/dog shed, keeping them clean is the only way to prevent hair from being shed all over. Using the right brushes and clips can help you achieve this. Frequent grooming can cut back on pet hair in homes as well. Regular brushing helps ensure loose fur ends up on the slicker brush or shedding comb instead of your sofa. More frequent brushings are required during shedding seasons.
Try the Air Blower Method
Better be Outside
Sometimes, there's just so much hair that brushing your fur baby will take all day. A "lifehack"-style solution is to use an air blower. High-velocity blow dryers on the cool setting, leaf blowers, and even soft)compressed air can all work, as long as the pressure isn't enough to hurt. Some vacuums can even be put in reverse.
This method tends to work best with your dog, (DO NOT try it with your cat at outside), and primarily with dogs that have dense fur coats that shed all at once (like huskies,You might want to wear a mask and some clothes you don't mind getting covered in fur!) and who aren't likely to want to sit for an hour while you brush them.
Vacuum carpets several times a week
Ultimately, vacuuming is the best pet hair remover for furniture. A routine that alternates spot cleaning and deep cleaning makes keeping up with animal fur simpler. Vacuum your pet’s usual hangouts every two to three days, and plan on a thorough cleaning of tough-to-reach areas every three to four weeks.
Using the right tools will make vacuuming more efficient. When it comes to how to get pet hair out of carpet, you may find it helps to use a rubber broom or damp cloth to collect fur from the top of the rug before vacuuming. This ensures you reach both surface and deep-down pet hair.

Cleaning fur up out of your house often requires that you break out your vacuum cleaner, something with enough suction to get stubborn or static-stuck hair. The one thing you have to make sure you do every time you run it is to pick up anything that can get in the way and become an obstacle as this will stop the robot. We alternate the robot with thorough vacuuming using a standard pet vacuum every once in a while. It has definitely made a difference in the amount of fur that accumulates around the house.

 

 

 

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*We hope to give you better ideas for your pet, but this information is not meant to be a substitute for veterinary care. Always follow the instructions provided by your veterinarian. If your pet feels bad, please take it to the veterinarian in time.