Pet Hair Removal
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Updated 19 September 2018 by Mark

Pet Hair Removal

Getting Rid of Pet Hair from Your Carpets and Velvet Curtains

Isn’t it glorious to have your furry companion in everyday family life? Pet bring us so much joy and love. Unlike humans, pets are forever happy and excited to see you even when the day seems too dull for happiness. They make for fantastic companions and excellent listeners; they make us feel comfortable, cheer up a sad soul, and they do funny things that make our day!

According to some doctors, there is a no better stress reliever in the world than a cuddle with you There your tiny – or enormous – furry friend.

However, with all the joy and laughter come some significant issues especially when you live with your pets in the house – pet hair clings to everything. They stick to your clothes, upholstery, carpets and even to your curtains.

Doing a good job of pet hair removal can be a nightmare if you do not use the proper techniques and that is why there some vital tips you must follow so you can to get your carpets and curtains pet-hair free.

How Does Pet-Hair Get Stuck on Your Curtains and Carpets?

Pets love running wildly into the fields and dirt. So, after they are done for the day, they drag in all the allergens they collected from the wild. They then come and roll over the carpets and deposit these allergens and their fur on to the bespoke carpet material.

You might also think that your curtains are immune to pet hair.  However, pets and especially cats love to rub against the soft velvety curtains, and they are frequently excited for the outside view.

So, how to remove these lingering pet hair and allergens?

#01. Hand-Washing Your Carpet and Curtain is a Big ‘No!’

If you have ever tired brushing pet fur from your carpets and curtains, you probably know just how futile this action is.

So, instead of struggling and slaving with a brush, get some professional help and get rid of the pet fur effectively.

You might also get tempted to load your curtains into the washing machine for a good wash. However, this is a terrible mistake since the pet hair can get stuck into the fibers a lot deeper and thus make it an impossible task to get rid of the pet hair.

#02.Clean Frequently

To get rid of pet hair from the surface of your carpet, use baking soda. Sprinkle the mat with a minimal amount of the powder and leave it there for a few hours. Apart from removing the pet hair or fur, baking soda also helps in deodorizing the room, leaving it fresh and 99.99% clean.

After hours are over, ensure you get the Best Vacuum For Pet Hair and sweep up at least 99.9% of the pet hair and any other ‘intolerable’ stuck onto the carpet.

#03. Remember, Rubber is a Golden Tool for Pet Hair Removal

Before taking down your curtains, get some rubber tools’ a pair of rubber gloves and a rubber brush- they work magic.

Rubber is the perfect pet-hair removal option because it creates static electricity that draws out pet hair. You can even try moistening your rubber tool for more effective pet hair removal. Merely rub down all the hairy bits, and your gloves or rubber brush will instantly get rid of the shed fur.

#04.Other Alternatives to Rubber

If you do not own a pair of rubber gloves or a brush, consider using a damp sponge to catch some of the pet hair and some spray mixture of fabric softener and water onto the curtain and then wipe off. They will leave your curtains looking spic and span.

#05.Replace the Carpet and Curtains

If you’re really struggling with pet hair removal consider replacing the carpets curtains and even upholstery. You might also need to start putting down some rules and keep some carpeted areas pet-free zones.

If you cannot seem to keep them away, switch from carpeting to tiled-r hardwood floors, and instead of velvet, non-machine washable curtains, pick out some lovely washable curtains or drapes.