Dog hair Removal from car can be done with minimal hassle if you know how to do it. We all love our dogs,and we are always taking them for a ride in our car.Eventually though,we have to remove the dog hair to get rid of the dog smell. Dog hair removal in your car can be such a hassle.Once that hair gets locked in to your carpet it seems virtually impossible to get it out.
If you have a client or prospect that you are taking to lunch, the last thing you need is to have dog smell in your car.
I began experimenting with the best way to get it out.Vacuum without a hair removal tool and you can plan on wasting a lot of time and have very poor results.You will vacuum and vacuum but if you do not use certain tricks you will NEVER get all the dog hair out.
I tried all types of tools like sticky tape,and roll type lint removers.They worked okay but nothing works like neoprene.
It is the stuff that you see scuba suits made out of.You also see it in gloves and the video below shows you how I use neoprene gloves to remove the hair with minimum effort.I buy these gloves at harbor freight or you can also purchase at Walmart.Look for the rubber backing on the gloves.There are also hair removal tools that do work very well which you can get from amazon.
I found that rubber backed gloves work well and they are inexpensive.
The video shows you how I do it but I should mention that a quick vacuum to remove the loose dog hair first will save you some time.
Move the vacuum briskly across the carpet or seat and apply a little friction with the end of the vacuum hose.I use a crevice tool and that seems to work best for me.
Here are some other hair removal tools
One thing I will tell you is if you do not employ this technique you will spend way more time than necessary trying to get rid of the dog hair.
There is also what is called a pumice stone that works very well except for the fact that it does grab the cloth or the carpet a little more than I like.
The pumice stone also is not safe around the cloth on the door handles because i have seen it grab the cloth and actually pull it away from the surface.