Hints and Tips for a DIY Home Makeover
Many pet owners struggle with the collection of the hair that their much loved Snoopy the beagle, or Persephone the Persian leave attached to couches, quilts, rugs, curtains and blankets. This can become so frustrating that it can begin to take its toll on the relationship you have with the creature. Unless, you have a method for removing the unwanted hairs, or your pet does not mind being shaved.
While I am kidding about shaving your dog or cat, I am also a pet lover and know the on going battle of the shedding all too well. The options I have come across are to a. use a lint roller or brush. The Roller, with the sticky disposable sheets can become pricey if you have a lot to pick up, often. The brush works well on curtains, but I have had difficulty with it on horizontal items, but it might just be the one I have, and not all. Then there is the use of a regular sponge when both wet and dry, or a sponge picked up at the pet store that is marketed specifically for this purpose. The sponge has done the best job for me overall, but then I have large dogs whom I have to clean up after daily.
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