Pet hair cleaning hacks include all the tools you need in your home to eliminate pet hair in the house. I hate floating hair, period. I like getting rid of pet hair from the source and keep those little hair tumbleweeds from rolling.
The other day it was actually a Canadian Goose I brought home because it was being a nuisance in the Walmart parking lot. We relocated it to my pond and once it got a drink, some food, and a good swim in, it went on its way.
I don’t like sitting on the couch and seeing hair or watching little fur-tumbleweeds roll across the floor. Cleaning hair is my job all day long so I like to think of myself as an expert in eliminating pet hair. I’ve created the best ways to get rid of pet hair in the house and plan to share with you my favorite pet hair products!
Pet Hair Cleaning Hacks
This lovely de-shedding tool starts at the reasoning for all the hair. Our pets. It’s a comb that pulls out the loose hair from their coats. It doesn’t hurt them, only pulls out what hasn’t been shaken out.
Like the hair that comes out when we brush ours. The stray hairs that haven’t made their way to the surface don’t stand a chance with the Furminator.
This little bombshell of a comb will get rid of pet hair in the house at the source before it even has time to fall out around your home.
From the creators that brought you that amazing brush we just talked about called the Furminator, why wouldn’t you go with their de-shedding shampoo? I think the name and it’s hundreds of good reviews allow it to speak for itself.
Instead of going through many refills of lint rollers, get a Norwex Lint Mitt. This thing is worth the money as it rakes hair off of any surface by trapping it. It gets bonus points because you don’t have to buy refills! Just throw it in the wash whenever it needs it.
The Rubber brush
Norwex also has a rubber brush that has long rubber bristles to get the hair off of fabric surfaces, but it’s awkward to me. This rubber brush can get hair and lint off couch cushions and beds, but you can also use it to wash your dog and get the loose hairs while shampooing.
I love all of my products but this is my personal favorite. My Shark vacuum does not disappoint. It stands up to all the hair and dirt that gets brought in our house. Plus, the filter refills are cheap when they need to be changed out.
We received this magnificent item for Christmas and as much as I didn’t want a robotic vacuum, I’m glad we have it. I turn it on when we leave the house and hope the cat lets it do its job. It goes from hardwood to carpet with no problem and takes care of each room like a breeze. Hair doesn’t get tangled up due to the rubber on the brush. It’s pretty amazing when it comes to pets.
The best compliment I can get from visitors at our home is, “Oh! You have cats?”
These people probably don’t know that I’m a Vet Tech and bring tons of hair home on my clothes everyday, but hey! It makes me feel like my house is clean.
Do you have any special tricks for cleaning with pets? I would love to hear from you and any ideas you may have!
You can also check out Eliminating Stains & Odors: Baby and Pet Safe.
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