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Easy Way to Clean Pet Hair from Your Floor and Carpet

If you have a pet, you’re likely to have pet hair all over your house. Check out our simple instructions to clean up pet hair from your floor and carpet.

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Easy Way to Clean Pet Hair from Your Floor and Carpet

Your beloved pets bring you joy and lots of cuddles, but you need to clean up after them to keep your house tidy. Pets shed hair that's easily visible on the floor or stuck to carpets. Regular cleaning is therefore necessary to maintain hygiene.

Follow our easy surface cleaning method to rid your floor and carpet of pet hair.

For Floors

Try this method for cleaning tiles, wood or linoleum floors.

How do you know that the surfaces in your kitchen and bathroom have been disinfected?

Step 1: Sweep

Sweep the floor with a rubber broom covering all corners. Make sure you sweep thoroughly to remove hair from hard-to-reach places in your home.

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Step 2: Use a Microfibre Cloth

Wrap a microfibre cloth to a rubber broom and do a final sweep to clean the floor. This will catch all the tiny hair you missed earlier.

For Carpets

Step 1: Sprinkle Baking Soda

Liberally sprinkle baking soda on your carpet. Baking soda helps loosen the hair from the fibres of your carpet and will make the cleaning process easy.

Step 2: Vacuum-Clean

Run a vacuum cleaner. Make at least 3 passes over the carpet to clean it thoroughly.

Step 3: Cover the Corners

If you are unable to fully remove hair from the floor corners, try this easy trick. Wet a rubber glove and drag it across the edges of the carpet with your finger to catch tiny hair.

Step 4: Vacuum-Clean Again

Finally, run the vacuum cleaner on the carpet from top to bottom and then in the reverse direction for a thorough cleaning.

The next time you find your floor or carpet covered in pet hair, don’t worry. Try these amazing cleaning methods.

Key Step:

To avoid the accumulation of pet hair on your floor and carpet, we suggest you clean these surfaces as soon as you spot hair.

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