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We all love our furry companions but what we definitely do not love is the massive accumulation of fur that always appears no matter how much you beg your loyal pets to, please just this once, not to shed all over your things. Although no two shedders are created equally (you can see where your pet ranks here) we know it’s never a good experience to find fur around the home.
Even though some loose fur is a small price to pay for a seemingly never-ending source of unconditional love, we understand that finding white fur on your black suede couch will always be a source of frustration, and ironically, grey hairs. Because pet hair is an unavoidable consequence of living with your furry friend, and let’s be honest, is totally worth the constant admiration and companionship that pets bring, we’ve put together a guide of the best ways to remove pet hair from ANY surface. This way, the next time Spike leaves you a furry present on your favorite rug, like you know he will, you’ll be prepared to deal with the downside of making friends with “man’s best friend”.
Curbing the fur before it even gets to the ground is the best way to prevent headaches, and in a perfect world would be the only step in this guide. We know that you love your pet as much as you hate shedding; because of this we put together a comprehensive pet shed solutions guide with our friends at PetMD and Pet360 to help you take the steps necessary to cut down on shedding as much as possible. Going through this guide is a great first step towards living in a fur-free world, and doesn’t that sound nice?
Here are a few highlights to help you remove fur from your pets and maybe a little hassle from your life:
Check out the full guide for more solutions to tackle and prevent shedding.
Anyone with a pet and a favorite black pair of pants knows just how easily it is to go from fresh out of the laundry bliss back to pet-hair reality. To combat this use these tips to get the hair off your clothes and the headaches at bay.
Unlike some of the other surfaces on here upholstered furniture has a few simple tricks that make cleanup a breeze! Follow these tips so you don’t end up like this guy!
Wooden and other non-upholstered furniture is also subject to fall victim to pet hair. The good news? In one simple step you’ll be like the Terminator and say “hasta la vista” to that hair (although just like the Terminator they’ll be back).
If you love your pets as much as we do, sometimes that means bringing them with you on family trips (because we can only stand so many judgmental looks when we tell people we Skype our pets).
Hardwood looks beautiful and you would think it would be immune to pet-hair deposits compared to carpeted floors (which we go over below) but that’s not always the case. In fact, if you don’t clean hardwood correctly you may be digging yourself into a hole because most methods just push the hair around instead of capturing it. Try these tips out to make sure in the battle of you versus hardwood, you always come out on top.
Carpets are the motherland of pet-hair frustrations. It’s almost like they were invented to add to pet owner’s stress levels. But we have to admit, it feels nicer than hardwood when you’re running around in your socks or bare feet so we’re not going to get rid of them…yet. Because of this we work around their propensity to build up fur, and you can do this too with these tips.