The Best Way to Get Dog Hair Off the Carpet | eHow
With some work I can get dog hair off of everything in the Jeep except that magic carpet on the back side of the back seats
I wanted to share something I found out tonight when I was cleaning out my 2010 Lund Sport Angler. My yellow lab and my Beagle are always fishing with me and they make a mess out of my boat with all the dog hair. It seems like Starr and Maggie shed 365 days a year. We just got done with a week long vacation and we fished everyday all week. Needless to say I was dreading getting the dog hair out of the side wall carpet. I had the wife pick up a "Shedbuster" tool that you use for getting the the undercoat off your dog. Man let me tell you it took me 10 minutes and my boat carpet was dog hair free. Just about any large department store will have these, I paid 19.95 for mine and I am sure their are other makes you could use, try it out - you will be amazed.
Trips to the park—and to a lesser extent, the veterinarian—are filled with excitement for your dog, and mean he gets to ride in the car. What fun! But depending on the time of year and what type of dog you have, this could also mean that a good portion of your beloved pet is going to always be with you, even when he's at home—in the form of a good layer of hair stuck in your car's upholstery. Cleaning this hair off your seats can require time, persistence and a great deal of patience.
The Best Way to Get Dog Hair Off the Carpet
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However, the moment they get off the car, you notice the clumps of hair sticking on your car seat and carpet. Your dog has shed its hair in your car again! This can be annoying, especially if you don’t know how to clean it up.I never thought about the balloon trick. Every time my puppy is in the car with us, we just put some towels down. It doesn’t keep all the fur off the seats, but it makes a huge difference. We keep a towel specifically for this, and have one side that is always on the seat, and one side that is for the dog to lay on. She still gets hair everywhere, but it’s not as bad as before.You can also to get rid of dog hair on the carpet. Inflated balloons use the principle of static energy. Using your inflated balloons rub against the carpet and the stubborn hair will come off without resistance.Yes, cats bathe themselves, but giving them a bath every now and then rids them of excess dander. Just be prepared for some cartoon-level resistance. Monthly bathing is best for dogs. Here’s a neat dog groomer’s secret I came across: if you want to get all the shedding undercoat out, start by brushing the dog, then shampoo twice and use conditioner. Rinse really well each time to get rid of clumps of hair. Finish off by drying the dog (be sure to cover his or her ears, and do not use the dryer on any sensitive parts!). Brush well after completely dry and then—wait for it—repeat the entire process! I know how it sounds. But if you do it twice, you’ll get rid of so much extra hair! If the thought of this overwhelms you, take your dog to a professional groomer and have them perform a special shedding treatment twice a year (which is basically what this is). This is especially helpful to do during shedding season (spring and fall).