How to Get Rid of Pet Hair around Your House
Have you started thinking about spring cleaning? For pet owners, this seasonal task is a hassle for one reason: pet hair. It would seem that once you buy a pet, you are destined to find their fuzz on your clothes, furniture, floors, surfaces and cars for all eternity. Not to mention, your new pass-time is cleaning every nook and cranny of your house to eliminate sneezing hazards.
If this situation sounds familiar, continue reading for a guide to efficiently cleaning pet hair around your house.
Hard Wood/Tile. For hard wood or tile flooring, the best results can come from using:
- A Mop – Much like vacuuming, it is good to mop routinely. For the best results, slightly dampen the mop and go over the floors once. This will pick up the hair without causing it to stick together and clump on the floor. Once you have the hair taken care of, mop regularly to pick up excess gunk.
- An Electrostatic or Microfiber Dry Mop – With these mops, the hair easily attracts to the static electricity of the fabric on the mop. Just brush off or shake the fabric (outside, preferably) and continue mopping!
- Moisture – The best way to clean wooden furniture is to lightly spray it with water (or spray fabric softener) and wipe with a clean cloth. The moisture should help effectively pick up fuzz. You can also use a microfiber cloth for this.
For a few more tips, check out this past article on pet hair removal.
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