Do you find yourself often on your hands and knees with a roll of tape going over every square inch of your couch, praying-just this once-you can remove all the dog hair from the couch?
Do you wait until just before leaving the house to wear your black dress pants hoping your furry buddy won’t rub up against you?
Are you thinking about getting a new couch with the same color as your pup’s coat, or even buying a leather couch that hair won’t stick to?
IF YOU DO,
YOU ARE IN FOR A TREAT,
SO READ ON,
As much as we love our own fuzzy furry friends, All dog parents can agree on one thing, we all hate their shedding, Their hair is everywhere
If you are a dog owner and I guess you are, Otherwise you wouldn’t be here, There is a great possibility that you lost your couch to layers of your dog’s hair as it is now his own relaxing pad.
The question here is how to remove all this dog hair from the couch and other pieces of furniture in one session once and for all?
I got you covered !
Before you go mental, Here are proven-to-work ways and Tips on How to remove dog hair from just about anywhere using household products only
Top Tips on How to Remove Dog Hair From Your Couch
#1 Vacuum for a Good Start
This is a good way to start any hair removing session.
Remove any pillows and cushions. Use the detachable hose of the vacuum cleaner or a small handheld vacuum cleaner depending on what you got, some even got pet hair attachment you can use.
Go over areas twice with alternative directions to loosen up stubborn hair, start vacuuming as much loose hair off your couch. Remember to vacuum the sides and bottoms
These are available at any hardware store around you with different types and various suction powers.
For better mobility, I myself use the Pet Handheld Vacuum Cleaner
This Handheld vacuum cleaner can fit comfortably in the palm of your hand, making you able to reach the difficult narrow corners that your typical vacuum cleaner can’t
It can also help with removing the dead hair right off the source as you can see Without any harsh bristles or pulling using its massage nubs and gentle suction
Be careful with large amounts of dog hair as it may clog up the vacuum cleaner and damage it.
This is a good method to remove loose hair as fast as you can. If the hair is still sticky, the next ways are probably more useful.
#2 Sticky Lint Roller
This is a classic easy-to-use and relatively inexpensive way to remove hair off your couch.
How to use it is simple: You just roll it down the surface of your couch to pick up the hair.
You can find the sticky roller at any pet store near you or even the nearest drug or grocery store.
The problem with lint rollers is that they can’t get all the hair off, there will always be some left, that’s why I should tell you about this Pet Hair Remover Brush
This Magic Brush can be used the same way as the lint roller but with more efficiency of course, plus it’s cheap and easy to clean
Just roll it down and it will do the rest
It has done miracles for me and I personally recommend it
Keep this Brush right beside your door for a quick hair removal session if you are expecting friends or family on short notice.
#3 Duct Tape
This is for highly sticky dog hair that is too stubborn to be off using the previous methods.
Cut a broad section of duct tape and flatten it against the surface of your couch that is embedded with irremovable dog hair. Keep it there for a while then peel it with a quick motion.
Repeat this process many times until you get all the hair.
Be careful using Duct Tape especially the strong kinds as it might peel away paint so try not to leave it on the couch for more than a few seconds.
This is a good household object life hack that will make cleaning dog hair off your couch a breeze.
Wear a pair of basic disposable gloves, get them slightly dampened, run your hand up and down your hair covered couch. The hair will eventually stick to the gloves then simply rinse off the gloves and repeat till you get all the hair.
This is better than the last method as it doesn’t take much tape needlessly.
Also, a dry rubber glove can also do the trick. So keep one under your sofa for quick touch-ups.
This is probably the easiest of ways that you can do
Get a piece of washcloth or a towel that you use in your kitchen, slightly damp it, wipe your couch and cushions with it in one direction only.
The hair will lift off on the cloth then you can wash it under the faucet or at least the hair will pile up and can be easily picked up by hand.
Dry Kitchen Sponge
Use a clean dry kitchen sponge to get dog hair out of your couch by just moving it slowly across the couch. The hair will eventually cling to it and problem solved.
Anti Static Electricity
Yes, you read that right. This is the pinnacle of modern science in the war against your fluffy four-legged friend’s hair.
OK, Let jokes aside, This way is just too easy and too effective and this is how it works:
1- Buy anti-static spray from any grocery or drug store near you or you make it at home by mixing water and fabric softener in a spray bottle.
2- Spray on the parts of your couch that have stubborn hair on them.
3- The spray will remove the electric charge on the hair that makes it stick to the fabric of the couch. So basically it will loosen up and that will make the hair removal process much more easier. Simply then wipe the hair with a soft cloth and it will come out.
That all I can think of as easy and quick ways to remove dog hair from your couch.
There are probably more tips out there that would fix this problem but that is what has worked for me personally.
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If you ever tried one of these methods before, feel free to share your experience with us in the comment section.
Have a nice day and Read you next time.