Remove Pet Hair Easily in Seconds

Keeping your sofas and chairs clean when you have pets can be a big chore, unless you know techniques from the pros! Nothing fancy needed here, just items you likely have in your home already!
Pet hair removal from the professionals, dog on sofa
If you have pets then you know how much they shed! Removing the excess hair from your furniture is not that difficult, and there's no need to buy expensive sprays or removal tools. Professionals use this technique and know it works well.

Let's get started removing pet hair from your furniture!

You will need: 1) a spray bottle with water and 2) a latex glove. Yes, that's all!

Steps: Simply mist the fabric lightly, with just a bit of water, next, with your latex-gloved hand gently rub in circles. The hair will begin to loosen from the fabric, sometimes even rolling up into a ball, making it easy to vacuum away.

Latex gloves are not an absolute necessity, some people have latex allergies (an alternate glove type can work too!), and you can also try this without gloves.

Important: Do not use excessive amounts of water, just spray it lightly. Ensure you read fabric labels or instructions that were provided with your uphholstered chair or sofa, and if you are advised against using water then a different technique will be needed. Some fabrics are prone to water staining, so check your sprayer to make sure it is set on mist and not stream before you begin to spray your furniture.

You should see excellent results very quickly!

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Tips provided by 10,000 Lakes Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning are recommendations for processes that may not be right for every fabric or carpet type or situation. Please check with product manufacturer, manufacturer warranty, labels on fabrics, fiber type and furniture instructions, or call us about this application process before you begin. This tip is presented as a guide only, and we do not warranty or guarantee results of this process.