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Our only purpose is to help you, and your pet dog live the best life together that you possibly can.
All of our team are both dog lovers and dog owners, so we talk from a position of experience and shared passion for our pet dogs.
The Downsides of Owning a Pet Dog?
Most of the aspects of owning a dog are amazing. Love, fun, cuddles, friendship, laughter.
But one of the big downsides can be cleaning up after our pets.
Sadly they do not clean up after themselves, so we end up with a lot of dog hair, dander, and other mess to deal with.
I don’t know about you, but the constant battle against dog hair my pet sheds is annoying, to say the least.
So in this post, we will share some of the tips and tactics we have learned for dealing with carpets and pet hairs.
Five Great Tips for – Removing Dog Hair From Carpet
- Use a Roomba for Dog Hair Removal on Auto-Pilot!
- Invest in a good quality vacuum cleaner
- Damp rubber gloves for awkward spots
- Use a pet hair carpet roller.
- Use a mop to clean your carpet.
Now we will look at each of these tips for removing pet hair in more detail.
Use A Roomba for Dog Hair Removal on Auto-Pilot!
If you can afford to buy and use a Roomba for pet hair, we think it is an excellent idea.
The fact is that with pets in your home, you will always be fighting a battle against their hair in your carpets.
So if you can outsource some of that battle to a robotic vacuum and save yourself a lot of time and hassle, why wouldn’t you?
They aren’t perfect, and you will need to do some manual vacuuming, but a Roomba will automatically scoop up a lot of the dog hairs.
Invest In A Good Quality Vacuum Cleaner
This might sound obvious, but many vacuum cleaners aren’t great at dealing with dog hair or pet hairs.
So if you do your research and can afford to buy a high-quality appliance, it will really help pull those stubborn hairs off your carpet.
Ideally, if you can find and afford a vacuum cleaner that has been designed especially to cope with dog hair, it would be your best bet.
Damp Rubber Gloves For Awkward Spots
This tip is great for stubborn hairs, quick clean-ups, or hard to vacuum areas.
All you do is put on a pair of rubber washing up gloves and then dampen them slightly.
Then rub the carpet area, and you will notice the pet hairs clumping together on the gloves.
Use A Pet Hair Carpet Roller
You can use a pet hair carpet cleaner or a lint roller instead of a Roomba to remove pet hair.
They are slower to use and take more work, but they are really effective.
You could run the robot cleaner first and then use the carpet roller to finish off any hairs that the Roomba missed.
Use A Mop To Clean Your Pet Hair from Carpet
This one might sound a bit odd, but yes, you can use a mop to pull pet dog hair from carpeting and rugs.
You need to start with a dry mop, then lightly spray it with water from a plant mister. You only want the mop to be slightly damp.
Then you can mop the carpet, and you will see that the mop pulls up the dog really effectively.
Some Final Help for Cleaning Carpets and Dog Hairs
To finish off, you can check out this post from a pet owner.
Paddy talking about how to get dog hair out of carpets.
He had already used a suction cleaner to get most of the dog hair out of the carpet, but some was still stuck.
So he uses a lint roller and some other tactics to get rid of the carpet’s pet hair.
Thanks for stopping by to read our website.
Hopefully, we have given you more than one way of dealing with your dog hair problems!
We have found that if you use the one or two methods that work best for you and then keep doing them regularly over time, you will get much faster.
Practice makes perfect, as the old saying goes, and this definitely applies when dealing with dog fur, pet hair, or any pet hair in your carpets.