Do you struggle with pet hair?
What are your best tips for keeping things clean?
What a great pic to go along with this question, ha! Yeah, I struggle with pet hair. I have three cats that shed like crazy in the summertime. I have three weapons:
1) Lots of pets and brushing with their favorite brush. (Each cat has their own favorite.) Petting alone helps, but brushing - even moreso.
2) A damp cloth that is dipped in a half water, half Apple Cider Vinegar (Bragg's ACV 'with the mother') solution that I use to brush hair and debris from along the edges of a room before I vacuum it - and I vacuum at least once a day during summer; although I usually only do the edge cleaning once a week or so. That mixture helps create an inhospitable environment for things like fleas and other small, icky critters. (If you have a spider problem, use a diluted spray with peppermint extract after the first layer dries. Spiders hate that; plus peppermint smells good and makes you feel perkier.
3) For really stubborn things like clothes (or a coat that was temporarily used as a cat bed because I didn't hang it up) - good 'ol fashioned tape. Any kind of tape will do in a pinch, but wide duct tape or packaging tape works the best.
My old cat is 15 years old, her hair kept shedding, out she goes of the house
My small short haired dogs sheds. White hairs everywhere, but usually not as noticeable if I avoid wearing black.
My son has a fawn colored Pug. He bought his sectional sofa the same color as the dog. He said, "This way the hair doesn't show."
I don't struggle with pet hair. I just accept it as a fashion accessory.
I have a white kitten and I do dread the hair thing! I'd say never wear black if you have pet hair problems!
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