Best way to Remove Pet Hair from your Car
dogs and cats often leave traces of hair very easily. With vehicle
upholstery in the trunk and on the seats, this carpet fiber texture increases
the probability that this fur will cling to it and you’ll get a covering of pet
it’s a necessity to transport pets and the car can then suffer with the excess
hair and as much as we brush and groom the animals, it’s almost impossible not
to have some loose hairs cling to the vehicle interior. The good news is that
there are some techniques we can use and getting the car cleaned of that
unwanted pet hair is not such an arduous task.
1 – Vacuum Cleaner
This may seem a little obvious but
depending on the pet, this can and does work well. Pet hair has different
density and for fine hairs a vacuum cleaner can work to take the most of the
hairs from the upholstery. Large or industrial, vacuuming is a good solution to
remove our dog's hair from the car. You can go to a car wash or get a handheld
vacuum that can be used for your pet's day-to-day transport. You can also
find on the Internet and specialized stores vacuum cleaners specially indicated
to remove pet hairs.
2 – Water Spray
good way to pick up that annoying hair that sticks to the carpet of the trunk
is to spray the surface with a little water. In this way the pet hair is
dampened so is not as prone to flying around the interior of the cabin and it
can be cleaner more easily. With pets that shed heavily you can literally scoop
the fur into a pile. Wear a glove and drag your hand over the upholstery or
carpet into one, easily removable pile.
3 – Baby Wipes
can do something similar using a damp cloth or a baby wipe. In this case,
instead of spraying the surface with water, just simply apply the wet cloth so
that it accumulates the hair dragging it again together into one, easily
accessible pet hair pile. After
then use a soft bristle brush to rub over the upholstery and this will catch
any final wayward per hairs.
4 – Glue Rollers
These rollers are covered in
replaceable sticky material. You literally roll the roller over the interior of
the car and the pet hair sticks to it as you move around the upholstery. Pet
rollers can be found in pet stores and come with spare / replaceable sheets as
the more hair they collect, the less adhesive they become over time. Typically,
the cost of the roller and replacement sheets is very affordable.
Technique 5 – Pet Hair Wedges
Among the latest developments to remove
pet hairs are pet hair wedges. Designed
for removing pet hair from fabrics, carpet and upholstery it’s a wedge shape
made from rubber spikes or from the same material as the glue rollers. The
wedge shape allows you to get into those hard to reach places.
Tip – Using Latex Gloves for Hard To
If you travel with animals inside the
cabin, a good solution to reach every
corner is to use a latex style glove. Put
your hand between the seats and in all the slits you find to catch any dirt or
pet hair. This is useful for a deep clean and is recommended if anyone Travelling in the vehicle is prone to pet hair allergies. Finally, use a vacuum
cleaner with a small nozzle to suck into the corners to give a thorough clean.
that you know how to remove the hairs of the car remember
that in addition to these solutions it never hurts to be prevent pet hair in
the first place. Groom your pet before the journey and minimize the shedding in
the vehicle. You can also install covers or bedspreads on the seats or in the
trunk. These can then be folder and shaken out at the end of the journey
getting rid of the vast majority of excess pet hair easily.