Removing dog hair from your car, furniture, carpeting can often be a chore, but the folks at DDG have the answer you’re looking for. We’ve found a super simple way to remove dog hair from just about any surface and for less than $10. With winter on it’s way, it’s cleaning time, so let’s get to it before the first snowflake falls.
Remove Dog Hair From Your Car and Furniture in Minutes!
If you’ve ever tried to vacuum your car or furniture to remove dog hair, and it won’t budge, there is a simple solution that we’d never heard of until that frustrating day of trying to drive with the windows open. Beautiful fall day, windows open and the dog hair begins to fly, and what doesn’t spin around inside your car is permanently stuck in carpet and upholstery. So with winter coming, it’s one of those nice days to get outside and clean the interior of the car.
I noticed my neighbor doing the exact same thing, vacuuming the back of his car, and he was really going at it – apparently with no luck.
His Jack-Russel, Pug (Puggle?) mix has the sort of hair that embeds in everything and refuses to come out. I took a look at the back of his car, and you couldn’t tell what color the carpet was (see image!). Having a short hair dog, I know their hair gets caught in every nook and cranny, but worse, is that dog hair gets wedged like needles that won’t come out no matter how powerful a vacuum you use.
Remove Dog Hair Like a Pro
One of the things we found when trying to remove dog hair from our vehicle carpets was that some methods we found online were simply ridiculous. One of the solutions was to wrap your hand with double sided tape and trust me, that was a waste of expensive tape. Another method was to spray the interior of the car with water, put on a latex glove and simply wipe away the dog hair… was easier to wipe away the tears.
One of the most ridiculous methods we saw was to blow up a balloon, rub it on our pants leg to build up static and then swipe the balloon over the carpet… although we did attempt it and it proved to be ridiculous.
So the answer…? It was a video we saw on YouTube from a person who details cars for a living. He was using a pumice stone, but not an ordinary pumice stone. We found the exact model we needed on Amazon for only $8.55 (here’s the link: Fur-Zoff Pet Hair Remover).
Fur-Zoff Pet Hair Remover
This stone worked amazing! My neighbors car was cleaner and he was super impressed. While the Fur-Zoff Pet Hair Remover works fantastic on carpets, on the upholstery you need to swipe gently. As well, it may scratch wood and plastic if you get too close to it.
One of the things we know that does help reduce the amount of hair your dog leaves behind is to brush them regularly. Dog Day Getaway also offers specialty Furminator brushes in our dog self bath room, and we have specials during the week!
How To Remove Dog Hair Video
This is the video which showed me the materials needed to remove dog hair from upholstery and carpeting in my car.
So if you’re having a tough time removing dog hair from your car or home, this simple stone will make your life easier. Hope this helps! Any questions or comments leave a message below and please share to help others!