3 Things to Help You Clean Pet’s Hair


Rearing a pet can both be rewarding and challenging. While snuggling close to your cat or your dog is a comforting feeling, cleaning up after their mess can be exhausting. This includes ensuring that your furniture and floor are free from your pet’s hair. Thus, here are 3 things that can help you clean your interiors free from pet hair.

1.   Vacuum

The most efficient way to eliminate pet hair from your floor is by using a vacuum. A great vacuum to pick up pet hair from hardwood floors has a good filtration system and remarkable capacity in sucking dirt. Additionally, it is a plus if it comes with a long power cord that makes it effortless to maneuver. Nevertheless, in vacuuming, go over your floor a few times in alternate directions to ensure that you are able to capture all those pet hairs. Make it a habit to empty your vacuum every so often and check the filters because a clogged filter will inhibit your vacuum from running effectively.

2.   Dryer Sheets

Dryer sheets are also great at picking up pet hair, especially from your couch, throw pillows, or even your carpets. Dryer sheets can be used on floor corners too, as well as on the baseboards. Slightly dampening a dryer sheet before using it to clean pet hairs from your furniture is an even better way to ensure that all pet hairs are removed effectively.

3.   Lint Roller or a Roll of Tape

Lint rollers are great tools to remove pet hair from your clothes. However, lint rollers may run out after some time. In these instances, a roll of tape may prove to be handy in picking up loose pet hair from your clothes. In some cases, you can even snag dog hair or cat hair faster from your clothes using a tape compared to a lint roller.

Bonus Tip

In cleaning pet hair from your carpet, it is a best practice to dampen and lightly sweep your carpet before vacuuming. A rubber broom will do the trick in rolling all the pet hair from your dampen carpet into a ball. While you’re at it, you may want to use a little baking soda to eliminate unwanted pet odors from your carpet. Let the baking soda stand for about ten minutes before you vacuum. However, keep in mind not to overdo the dampening of your carpet because a wet carpet doesn’t dry immediately. Additionally, a wet carpet is a great environment for mold and mildew to grow. A slightly damp, but not soaked carpet, proves to be easier to clean from those unwanted pet hairs.

Owning a pet is a big responsibility. Aside from ensuring that you are able to provide their basic needs such as food and shelter, you should also be able to provide them with your quality attention, as well as a hygienic environment. This entails the need for you to train your pets and keep your home interiors clean for your own benefit, as well as for the well-being of your pet.


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