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Old 08-04-2017, 10:56 PM #16
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We sell a pet hair brush at work made by Hi Tech Part number PHB1 (go figure)
That works really well it's a rubber brush with long rubber hairs on it and a scraper on the other end. When my dad passed away and I inherited his Silverado the hair from My parents wore hair terrier was all over the back seat. I think it took me about 20 minutes to have it all pulled up. Costs less tha $10
If I remember correctly
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Old detailers trick, use a genuine(not plastic)glove across the carpet and the static pulls out the dog/cat hair. Works well....I have German shepherds.
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I like using Wolfgang leather cleaner/conditioner. It leaves a non-sticky finish.
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Lint roller and lots of elbow grease.
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Buy one of these and attach it to a cordless drill then use the side of the brush against the mat and it is very quick and very easy to do. Then just vacuum your mats and you are finished.
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Pumice stone

If all else fails, try using a pumice stone to draw the hairs out. We have two dogs with short, stiff hairs that embed themselves in the seats and carpeting on my other vehicles.
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Does the rubber glove/brush trick work on the seats too? Or mostly the carpet? I made the mistake of letting my white American Bulldog mix sit on the front and back seats whenever she was in the car and now it just looks horrible lol.
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Old detailers trick, use a genuine(not plastic)glove across the carpet and the static pulls out the dog/cat hair. Works well....I have German shepherds.
Good idea. Going to give this a try!
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Lilly Brush - Home of the Be Forever Furless Brush & Save Our Sweaters Brush
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I have a mobile detailing business and the best and most cost effective product to use is called a Lily Brush. You can purchase them off Amazon for like $12. I use it quite a bit on dog hair and also stuff that is embedded in the carpet fibers. Itís a great little tool.
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10 easy ways to remove dog hair from your car | Simply Savvy.

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Before you start the "war" against the hair on the carpet, look carefully at the length of the pile on your favorite rug. This determines the methods of cleaning the carpet. For example, if the accumulation of the carpet is long, then the procedure will take longer because the wool will be more intertwined with the pile. It is easier to remove long animal hairs from any carpeting. The shorter your pet's fur, the more it will penetrate the fabric's structure. But in any case, carpet cleaning should be done regularly, at least once a week. But on your own, you are unlikely to achieve 100% results, so it is better to contact www.happyhealthydogblog.com.

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I've mostly been using a lint roller but I'm going to give the latex glove trick a try. My Golden covers the car even with a back seat cover.
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I've mostly been using a lint roller but I'm going to give the latex glove trick a try. My Golden covers the car even with a back seat cover.

For seats thereís a rubber brush you can use thatís pretty effective at removing hair.

If youíre trying to remove it from the carpet, thereís a product called the Furz off stone. Itís just a big piece of pumice. Works great! Floors only, could damage seats.
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