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|05-11-2014 07:24 AM|
|NancyJ||I remember as a kid my mother would put on shoes with crepe soles and do that to the carpet. Back then we did not have the super duper vacuums we have today.|
|05-11-2014 05:38 AM|
|Harry and Lola||Thanks for sharing, I'll have to try it.|
|05-11-2014 05:07 AM|
|AngelaA6||My husband stole my dish washing gloves to do that in the cars haha :P had to buy new ones so I'd have my own.|
|05-11-2014 12:14 AM|
|dogfaeries||I do the glove trick on the chair the dogs like to camp out on. Even with a blanket on it, it gets hair. The glove works, and yes, your arm gets tired!|
|05-11-2014 12:12 AM|
|Freestep||Good tip. You can also get shedding hair off the dog with the same method! Unfortunately, after doing it to dogs all day, I don't much feel like doing it to my furniture.|
|05-10-2014 11:29 PM|
I'll have to get my wife on that immediately......
|05-10-2014 09:43 PM|
Shedding TIP! Sharing a cleaning tip with you all :)
My sweet friend (who has very short haired pit bulls and thinks THEY shed a lot, ha!) sent me an idea that she saw online for removing dog hair from couches/furniture. I tried it today on my fabric couches and it actually removed more dog hair than a sticky lint roller does.
-Put on a rubber cleaning glove (like the one pictured below).
-Dampen it by dipping your gloved fingers in water.
-Use your gloved hand to scrape/rub the hair toward you as if you were gathering it into a pile.
I got TONS of hair that was interwoven into the fabric. The only drawback was that my arm got tired after a while, LOL.
Hope this works for you guys too!