Pet hair can be frustrating if you don’t know how to handle them. Every time my dog shred its hair, our couch, bed and even our clothes have hairs all over them. It requires a constant housekeeping in order to reduce all of the pet hair that falls throughout a home. For those who want to know how I solve this kind of problem, you can check out this article below.
For animal lovers, pet hair and pet hair removal are just a fact of life. It’s one of those small inconveniences we accept as part of the doggy deal alongside muddy paw prints on the kitchen floor and slobbery kisses when you know exactly where that mouth has been.
My pet family includes two dogs and four cats, so we’re dealing with a whole lot of pet hair on our floors, furniture, and clothing, not to mention car seats and car interiors. After a lifetime of pet parenthood and many years working in doggy daycare, I’ve become somewhat of a snob about dog hair removal tools. This list of tried and true dog hair removal tools has something for everyone, from premium appliances to some simple household hacks. Whether you’re dealing with long hair or short fur, these tools will help you get the best dog fur in your home.
Read on to learn about the best dog tools to spring clean away dog hair once and for all.
1. Sticky Lint Roller
The classic. Relatively inexpensive and easy to use, the only downside is that these handy rollers don’t stand up to de-hairing the entire living room in one go, and are best suited to small jobs like cleaning off your work clothes on your way out the door. $6 on Amazon.com. Less expensive hack? Sticky tape wrapped around your hand will remove pet hair from carpet, clothes, furniture, and soft surfaces far more cheaply than the sticky roll tapes of a pet hair roller.