The Best Way To Remove Dog Fur/Hair From Rugs or Carpets
June 29, 2007 4:07pm CST
Anyone has any good ideas as to how what is the best way? My weekly vacuuming is quite a chore as the hair are just so difficult to be sucked up by the vacuum cleaner. I've tried using a brush and even duct tape or masking tape. Not bad ideas but very troublesome and time demanding... any ideas?
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1 Jul 07
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29 Jun 07
THere are products that I have used that work pretty well for getting fur off the furniture. There is a yellow latex sponge you can get that works okay and there is also what looks like a rubber brush that I have used also. The trick to those is to rub in a circular motion so that the hair balls up on itself. If you dampen the area just slightly with a fine mist of water, the fur balls up even faster. If it is the carpet you are trying to remove the hair from, I'm afraid I don't know anything better than the vaccuum cleaner. The kind with the rotating brush work best, especially if you can adjust the carpet height on it; a lower height usually works better. Good Luck.
30 Jun 07
Yes... and it depends on the type of carpet/rug. For those office type, its generally very easy to lift any hairs up. But for those "fury" carpets like I have in my room, its really a nightmare!!! I find the fastest way not is to "scrape" the carpet with my fingers or a brush so that the hair "balls" up. Definitely faster than a vacuum cleaner!!!! Hahahaha...