From time to time, you will see that your pet’s hair literally covers the entire surface of your couch. Of course, it makes your main sitting area both look and feel unpleasant.
Below, we have compiled some easy steps that you can do to handle the problem in our quick tutorial on how to remove pet hair from couch.
How to Remove Pet Hair from Couch
Cleaning with vacuum
Vacuum is the easier tool that you can always use to remove pet hair from your couch. If you have a vacuum that comes with a pet hair cleaning feature, that would be a great one to use. For common vacuums, you can always use the brush attachment for couches.
Work the vacuum in different directions on your sofa twice until you get as much hair as possible. If you find some hair stuck to the brush’s bristle, you can loosen them with your fingers carefully.
Cleaning with rubber gloves
Using rubber gloves is the most convenient way to remove pet hair from a couch. You can get the job done quickly without any hassles.
Here’s what you can do:
- Use rubber gloves which are designed to clean pet hair.
- Dampened the gloves with water.
- Rub the damp gloves on the surface of your couch, Wash the gloves with clean water once the gloves are covered with the hair. Be careful in rinsing the hair from the gloves since you may clog your sink.
Keep in mind that using rubber gloves for pet hair removal is not a really effective way to get the job done. It’s just a fast cleaning way that you can do when you are in a rush.
Cleaning with fabric softener
Fabric softener is a good cleaning agent that you can use to remove pet hair from your couch. You can do this step as an addition once you have used the rubber gloves as discussed above.
Here’s what you can do:
- Mix the same amount of fabric softener and clean water in a spray bottle, and shake thoroughly.
- Spray the cleaning solution on the affected area.
- Remove the pet hair by using a microfiber cloth.
Cleaning with dryer sheets
Removing pet hair with dryer sheets is almost similar to using rubber gloves in which you just need to gather the hair by rubbing the surface of the couch. Discard each sheet when it’s filled with the hair.
This step can be quite pricey if you need to use a lot of dryer sheets to clean up the hair.
Cleaning with a damp sponge
A damp object is always a good tool to catch a lot of pet hair, so a simple damp sponge can also do the job pretty well. Wipe a damp sponge on the surface of your couch and get the hair as much as possible.
One thing that you need to avoid is to overwet the couch since it can lead to further problems.
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