Cat Dander… Hey, I’m allergic… Gina Giampaolo Martin
Spraying this on the car carpet first helpa pet hairs release from the fibres. Gonna try it. Info below: “Most of the hair is held by a static charge generated by the types of artificial fabrics used in vehicles. Buy a can of the cheapest aerosol “anti-static” spray you can find and mist the fabric or carpet, give it about a minute, then vac the fabric/carpet. If some still remains, and doesn’t it always, brush the area in “one way”, aligning the fibers, re-mist and vac in the same direction.”
Still using refillable remover or tape to clean pet fur and lint? This reusable pet hair remover lets you get rid of your pet’s fur with just one brush. It works on clothing, carpets, furniture, couch or even your car interior. The double-sided lint brush contains numerous bristles which can effectively pick up pet fur, lint, and hair from various surfaces. It has a self-cleaning base. There are no refills, no tape, and no messes.