Remove Pet Hair from Home with These 9 Simple Tips

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Remove Pet Hair from Home with These 9 Simple Tips

Our pets are known to be a companion and friend to us. To many, pets have grown to be more of a family than it is of an animal. This love makes us endure many excesses from the pet like the shedding of hair.

From the fridge to our rooms and even to our clothes, we always can find the fur of our pets. If we have to keep tolerating this, we definitely have to know how to keep our homes clean from pet hair.

Here are 9 tips that make cleaning pet hair from home possible and easy

  • Brush Your Pet Regularly

Cleaning pet hair from your home has to first start from your pet itself. Remember that it is the pet that sheds the hair, so care should start from the pet. It is entirely not possible to stop the pet from shedding its fur, but you can take good care of it to minimize the amount of hair that is being discarded. To do this, a timely and regular brushing of the pet can be very helpful. It goes a long way in removing loose fur from your home. It is possible that the pet might not like it, but it is something essential for you to do.

  • Keep Their Favorite Spots Clean

Next to taking care of the pet itself, is taking care of where they stay. Every pet always have a favorite spot in the home, and this varies from pet to pet. The ideal spot of the pet is most likely the place that will have the most hairs. So adequate attention should be paid to such spots, and it should always be cleaned. Make use of a lint roller or a vacuum cleaner to take hair away from such place from time to time. This will prevent hair from spreading from that spot to other parts in the room.

  • Remove Furs from Clothes

While many of us have gotten used to lint roller in removing furs from our clothes, dryer sheets are the best option for this. If you do not make use of dryer sheets when drying your clothes, then you are missing something. Dryer sheets help to de-fur your clothes in the best way without having any further escape the process.

  • Cleaning the Carpet

The carpet of your home needs to be cleaned regularly to have the fur taken away from them. You can make use of a vacuum to do this, while a duct tape wouldn’t be a bad idea either. For those who have the High-Efficiency Particulate Air Filter, you will find cleaning your carpet a whole lot easier. If it is noticed that the fur lurks inside the carpet, use a rubber glove or balloon to get them out.

  • Removing Hair from Hard Floors

Removing pet hair from hard floors is a straightforward task. It doesn’t require the use of vacuum because it would not take the fur away, it will only spread it around. You should make use of an electrostatic mop instead for the best result.

  • Cleaning Corners of the Room

Pet hair often times hide in corners of your homes and might sometimes be very difficult to spot. In cleaning your house from pet hair, you should pay attention to edges and clean them with the vacuum. Duct tape is also excellent to achieve more accurate results when cleaning the corners. To clean corners or hard to reach areas of your room you can use stick vacuum or handheld vacuum cleaners.

  • Cleaning the Upholstery

Pet hair can even get into the upholstery of your home because just like you, your pets also sometimes get on them. A lint roller can be best to clear off pet hair from the upholstery

  • Cleaning the Wood Furniture

To remove pet hair from wood furniture, wipe the furniture with a rag or make use of a vacuum. Make sure the cloth used in cleaning the wood furniture is not soaked in water.

  • Bedding and Comforters

The simplest and probably the best way to take care of your bedding and comforters and ensure they are free from pet hair is to avoid pets from getting on them.

But if they do and you have to remove the hairs, make use of a lint roller or vacuum.

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