|03-29-2014 10:10 PM|
Don't wear clothes.
|03-29-2014 06:45 PM|
|volcano||the force dryer seems to work well.|
|03-28-2014 11:13 AM|
|03-28-2014 03:15 AM|
I have a white gsd... What works good for me is using the work gloves from
Home Depot and lowes that have the rubber coating for better grip on the underneath side of the glove. That's what I use to get the hair off my truck carpet. The vacuum won't even get the hair but when I run my hand across the carpet it really gets it!
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|03-27-2014 11:52 AM|
Why couldn't one be proactive and simply shave the dog down to the skin....no hair..no muss....no fuss...seems so obvious.
|03-27-2014 11:36 AM|
LOL I gave up...it is what it is
I go to work early so I have time to lint roll my black clothes
|03-27-2014 10:45 AM|
My vote is with the masking tape crowd.
What's even better than that but along the same lines is the blue painter's tape. No chance of sticky residue. Get the wide one and wrap your 4 fingers with it or you can do what I do and wrap it back on itself- still on the roll- and just run the now sticky roller over your clothes. Works great. When the tape gets full you rip that off and start again.
|03-27-2014 01:30 AM|
I've found adding an extra dryer sheet helps with the Cling-ons but my only real solution is garment bags for the good stuff and lint rollers in the car.
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|03-27-2014 12:31 AM|
I like the wide masking tape, easier to tear by hand.
Although they are more for furniture than clothing, spin brushes for vacuum cleaners pick up hair very well. They attach to the end of a vacuum hose and are powered by the air movement.
|03-26-2014 08:50 PM|
|Jack's Dad||Leaf Blower.|
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