Cleaning Tricks To Kick That Pet Hair and Smell


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Cleaning Tricks To Kick That Pet Hair and Smell – We all love our pets. They’re our family members, our companions, and our playmates. But if there’s one thing that most pet owners agree on, it’s that pets make it a bit harder to keep a house clean. That “pet smell” and hair can make cleaning a struggle for anyone! Whether you hire a team to tackle the task, or you do it yourself, there are a number of ways to get rid of it. Here are six cleaning tricks to kick that pet hair and smell – for good.


Dryer Sheets

Dryer sheets aren’t only useful when you’re doing laundry. but they’re also useful for removing pet hair from your furniture.


Get Helpers

When you don’t have the time to pull out the full-sized vacuum, invest in a smaller helper to get the job done. An automatic Roomba or a smaller dust buster will help smaller messes in just a few seconds, with very low maintenance.


Bathe Your Pet Regularly

Give your pet regular baths to keep him/her feeling healthy and clean. Also make sure he/she is eating well – unhealthy foods can do horrible things to your pet’s digestive system.


SEE ALSO: 4 Tricks For Keeping Your Floors Mud-Free


Self-Cleaning Cat Box

If you’re busy, think about investing in an automatic, self-cleaning cat box. It will clean itself every time your cat uses it, eliminating most of the odors that come along with a used cat box.


Use Microfiber

Brooms don’t always do the trick when it comes to getting all of the hair. For a quick and easy fix, wrap a microfiber towel around your broom and secure it with an elastic band to gather up all the unwanted pet hair on your floor and furniture.


Eliminate Odors

Keep a small spray bottle of white vinegar handy for times when your pet has an accident (let’s face it, it’s inevitable!) Spray the vinegar onto the space and sprinkle it with baking soda. The baking soda will help pull out the odor as you clean.


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