Pets are, no doubt, an important part of the family. However, their hair and fur becomes a nuisance to deal with. They are literally everywhere, on couches, furniture, carpets, beds, and even, in your cup of morning coffee!

It is important to deal with pet hair on an immediate and regular basis as it can cause respiratory ailments in some individuals. In most cases, January and February are the worst months in this regard, as static electricity can make the problem of hair accumulation much worse.

Here are a few tips to deal with pet hair.

ClothesPet Hair

Pets are very cute, loving, enchanting, interesting (the list will go on actually), but you need to resist petting them or hugging them. This show of affection usually leaves behind hair on your clothes. A simple brushing with a stiff brush can help in this case with most fabrics.

A wet towel is also effectively used for cleaning pet hair from your clothes. It is also advisable to place a lint roller near your door to clean your clothes before leaving the house.


Baking soda is very effective method for the removal of pet hair. Dust the light coat of baking soda on carpet. Leave for 15 minutes and vacuum. An electrostatic mop can also be used for the same purpose. Alternatively, vacuuming is also helpful but vacuuming the area twice, in opposite directions, can do the trick more effectively.

Furniture Upholstery

Does your cat love to take your place on the sofa and leave the evidence behind? Tackle this problem with a wet rubber glove as it will effectively collect the hairs from the sofa and other furniture. You can also use a mixture of fabric softener and water. Spray this mixture on your furniture and wipe it off. It will collect all the hairs covering your sofa.

In case of your pet is in the habit of bringing a stink into the house that you cannot get rid of, or simply if you have a busy schedule and cannot make the most of the above tips, hire a helping hand. Contact us; let us clean your house while you relax. We guarantee satisfactory results.