Living With Pets: How to Effectively Get Pet Hair Out of Carpets

Having pets in your life can be a pretty special thing. They offer unconditional love and companionship that can get you through some pretty tough times. One setback, however, is the sheer amount of hair that they leave everywhere. If you leave it alone, you will start to feel like you are being overrun. There is nothing pleasant about having your furniture, clothes, and surfaces covered in your beloved pet’s hair.

Many of us have our own pets and have come up with our own methods of getting pet hair out of carpets. Here are a few of our effective methods:

Sponge Mop Method

There are mops that are sold with a sponge tip. Before you use the sponge mop, it would be wise to do a bit of vacuuming beforehand. This way, the other things in your carpet like lint and dirt won’t stick to the sponge. Once you are done with your vacuuming, you can spray a bit of water on the carpet. This will help the sponge pull up the hairs as the water clings to it.

Use your sponge mop and gently mop over the surface area of your carpet. You’ll be surprised at how much hair can be pulled up with this method.

Lint Remover Method

Admittedly one of the more tedious ways but it works well if you don’t have a lot of time to clean. You can purchase lint removers or lint rollers from department stores and hardware stores. You simply need to remove the roller from its case and roll it over surfaces. The writer in our team that utilizes this method says that it works for her since she has so many other things to do during her day. So if she sees any pet hairs or has a spare moment, she can just whip out the roller and pull out the pet hair.

What is best about this method is that it doesn’t take much time but you need to be consistent with it to keep your area clean.

Always Remember

What works for us may not necessarily work for you. It all boils down to what you are comfortable with and what you are able to do with your means and time. The methods that we have listed come from our own tried and tested experiences—so we’re fairly confident that they actually work.

What methods have you tried to get pet hair out of carpets?

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