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What is the best way to remove cat hair from blankets while they are in the washer and dryer?
I use a Lint Ball in the dryer. It attracts hair and other particles, so clothes come out clean. It is called the alibaba ball and is made of a nappy fabric in a bi-color like a circus ball. It is the size of a softball.
Can you tell us where to buy one, I couldn't find them?
It's the "dryer maid ball" by Homesmart. I found mine online. Amazon might have it. They are pricey, but they really work and last for years.
If they're very furry, put them in the dryer FIRST. That's right, before you wash them, while they're still dry. This removes the majority of the fluff for you and catches it in the lint trap! Then, wash and dry them normally and the rest of the pet hair should be taken care of
Yes I usually use a fabric sheet or two. This trick works really well and it saves all that fluff disappearing somewhere into the washer, never to be seen again (I wonder...where exactly does all that stuff go, do you think??)
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