How to I remove lint, hair and all the other stuff that sticks to my microfiber bathroom rugs?
It seems that no one out there wants to touch the biggest issue with microfiber - stuff that sticks but won't let go. Lint, hair, sawdust and just about everything else clings to the microfiber rug while in use. (Sawdust is an issue in our house as my husband brings it home from work daily.) They won't shake out or wash out. Vacuuming doesn't help much at all; not an upright, canister nor hand vac., regardless of the attachment used or amount of suction, microfiber will not let go of hardly anything. Any suggestions?
I use a rubber cleaning glove, it removes lint and pet hair. If there are other things that won't come out I use a vacumm cleaner. Hold one end of the carpet so it doesn't get sucked in and clean away. I hope this works for you.
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