Helpful Tips for People Who Love Pets but Hate Cleaning

Helpful Tips for People Who Love Pets but Hate Cleaning

Helpful Tips for People Who Love Pets but Hate Cleaning

If you are like most homeowners, your dog or cat is a beloved member of your family - someone who offers unconditional love and gently reminds of himself when the lunch is late. And not because pets do not want to clean up after themselves - they just can not do that. However, you can minimize the hours needed for cleaning, taking advantage of the following tips.

Removing pet hair from furniture

• To remove hair from pet of wooden furniture use a soft cloth, sprayed with lacquer for furniture or anti-static spray. The spray eliminates electrical charge and makes removal of hair easy, reducing the likelihood of hair clog again.

• To remove hair from animals from upholstery or sheets, place a pair of rubber gloves and carefully wet them. Then run your hands over the surfaces. The hair will stick to gloves. Wash gloves when filled with fur and soak them again if necessary.

 

Removing pet hair from carpets and floors

If you have a dog or cat you will quickly find out that their fur accumulates on the carpet. Fur in the corners of the room and on the carpet may be invisible at first glance, but also keep allergens and dust. To keep your home attractive and healthy may require daily cleaning with a vacuum cleaner, especially if you have a pet with long hair or more than one hairy friend at home.

If the daily vacuuming seems unattractive, consider buying a vacuum robot. These machine can be incredibly helpful if you have a pet. Just make sure that you buy a device with the appropriate functions.

 

Removing pet stains and odors

When you have to cope with bad odors and stubborn stains on your carpets, caused by your favorite pets, you’d better do that with the help of carpet cleaning tips that use natural cleaning products. Because pets have over delicate skin and are hundreds of times more sensitive to odors than people, you should avoid the use of toxic chemicals. They may be a quick solution to your problem but if you want to protect your pet leave them aside and go for naturally ways of carpet cleaning. Here we will present you several highly effective carpet cleaning tips that don’t involve the use of expensive cleaning products.

The first of the three carpet cleaning tips we will give you is specifically used for coping with blood and urine stains. The ingredients that you need for this solution are vinegar and baking soda. White vinegar is an exceptional cleaning product that is so powerful that can remove even old stains from your carpet. On the other hand, baking soda is natural odor remover that will also refresh the colors of your carpet. For making the solution you will need 2 cups white vinegar, 2 cups lukewarm water, 4 tbsp baking soda and a spray bottle. If the stain is still fresh, absorb as much as possible of the liquid with the help of clean white cloth. Don’t forget to place protective gloves on your hands. Then spray the stain with the solution, described above. If you don’t have a spray bottle, you may pour the solution directly on the stain.

The second method for cleaning urine stains is quite similar to the first one. Again you need lukewarm water and white vinegar but you don’t have to add baking soda in the solution. Apply the baking soda directly on the stain. Leave it fir 5-10 minutes and then vacuum it. Just after you have done this, apply the solution of vinegar and water.

The last of the carpet cleaning tips we have prepared for you uses the same cleaning products. The difference is that you should apply the soda directly on the stain, and immediately after that you have to pour the vinegar solution on top of it. Leave the mixture for 5 minutes and then absorb with a clean cloth.

 

Do not wear the fur of your pets

The fur can easily penetrate into tissues of your clothes. Therefore, tapes are typically more efficient than brushes for fur removal. You have to glue transparent adhesive tape around your palm with adhesive on the outside and thread the tape on clothing. If the clothes have too much fur on them, perhaps you should first use the above-described method with a damp rubber glove and then finish with adhesive tape.

 

Do not leave dirty hair of the dog or cat to prevent your friendship with your favorite pet. After specifying the methods of removal, you will spend more time playing with the animal and less - cleaning after it.

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