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November 09, 2022
There is no question that you love your pet, but when it comes to their shedding, not so much. When you sit on your couch, do you end up covered in pet hair within seconds? Or maybe you frantically try to brush off your clothes before you leave home so you don’t take those unwanted bits of your furry friend with you.
You can use a lint roller on your clothes and furniture, but frantically rolling doesn’t always get the job done (plus it isn't very eco-friendly). Regularly brushing and grooming your pets helps reduce shedding, and a robot vacuum goes a long way to limiting the mess. But using specially designed products that target pet hair, like the FurDozer, is a must for pet parents.
If you have a pet that sheds, you know it can sometimes feel like you’re fighting a never-ending battle against pet fur. And if you have any pet allergies, it can be even more concerning. But with a few easy tips and the right tools, you can win the battle every time.
Keeping up with your pet’s shedding can sometimes feel like a never-ending marathon with no finish line. But using the right tools and taking a few simple steps can significantly improve your odds of maintaining fur-free clothes and furniture.
One of the best ways to stay on top of pet hair is to regularly groom and brush your pet. Brushing helps get rid of all the dead, loose hairs that otherwise end up all over your house (and you).
When you bathe your pet, you can try a shampoo formulated to help with shedding. Although it doesn’t eliminate the problem, many users claim it can help decrease the frequency or amount of shedding. However, more importantly, routine baths help get all loose hair from your pet’s coat in one place.
If you’re open to a bit of redesign, consider some pet-friendly furniture options. Look for materials that don’t hold onto pet hair. Your furry friend’s fur can become deeply embedded in loosely woven fabrics.
Go for leather, microsuede, 100% cotton, silk, microfiber, or linen. If your pet sleeps in your bed, the higher the thread count of your sheets, the better. Lower thread counts will grab onto more pet hair since they aren’t as tightly woven.
Nobody loves to vacuum, but vacuuming becomes a daily necessity when you have pets that shed. It could be worth investing in a robot vacuum to help tackle some of the work for you. Schedule the vacuum to run at least once daily to help keep pet hair clean-up more manageable.
Your vacuum isn't going to get all the embedded hairs up though, so for that, you're going to need a FurDozer Pet Hair Remover. The FurDozer will get all the embedded hairs that your vacuum leaves behind. More on the FurDozer later, so keep reading!
Pay attention to your pet’s favorite hangouts. They might adore a particular place on the couch, their bed, or a specific spot on the living room rug. Place some extra protection on these spots to make clean-up a cinch.
You can place a machine-washable cover or blanket over the couch or rug. If it’s their pet bed, look for one with a removable cover that you can toss in the wash.
The food your pet eats can influence their shedding. Look for healthy pet foods rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, good protein, and void of fillers and artificial ingredients. These better foods help maintain a healthy coat and skin, which can help decrease shedding.
If your pet has fleas or other parasites, it can cause excessive itchiness. This itchiness leads to more scratching, which means more hair everywhere. Plus, it’s essential to stay current on flea prevention for your pet’s overall health.
Everyone who has ever been a pet parent has likely had a dozen lint rollers around their house at one point. These sticky items can help grab onto pet hair, but they can be a pain to deal with.
You have to rip off sheets which adds to the trash pile, and even rollers won’t always grab hair out of challenging fabrics. Plus, they only really work on flat surfaces since they can’t get into crevices or grooves.
Instead, try a reusable, multifunctional pet hair removal tool like the FurDozer. It easily grabs hair from the toughest surfaces, yet it won’t damage even the most delicate fabrics.
The FurDozer comes in two designs, a 3-in-1 tool and a 6-in-1 tool. Both models make cleaning pet hair a cinch, thanks to their hi-tech materials and multiple features.
The FurDozer grips onto pet hair and removes it from every surface, including carpets, cars, couches, clothes, and more. These incredible tools are also reusable, making them eco-friendly and reducing waste.
In addition to being the solution to your pet hair problem, the FurDozer is easy to clean. No more sticky lint roller sheets or emptying yucky hair catchers. Simply rinse it off in the sink and let it dry.
Both FurDozers are proudly made in the USA and feature an eye-catching, bright-green design. The vibrant color makes it easy to find so that you can handle messes in a jiffy. They also work on lint and other debris that makes its way onto your furniture, carpets, and clothes.
Now let's learn a bit more about the two models...
The FurDozer X6 features three different squeegee blades, two textured pads, and a crevice tool on the tip. The crevice tool makes it simple to get into all those tricky nooks and crannies pet hair likes to hide such as couch cushions, stair corners, and in between car seats. This model is great to have around the house for cleaning your couch, area rugs, chairs, clothing, and more.
The FurDozer X3 comes in three sizes, ranging from MINI to MEGA, for jobs small to large. Keep the MINI in your handbag or glove box for on-the-go cleaning. The PRO is great for cleaning your car or couch. And the MEGA is awesome for cleaning sheets, blankets, and large carpets. The X3 is made of the same hi-tech material as the X6. It has three edges. One with small ridges, one with larger ridges, and an offset squeegee blade.
Don’t let pet hair problems get you down. It doesn’t matter if your cat sheds on your favorite couch or your dog sheds all over your car. The FurDozer can tackle the most challenging pet hair problems. Now you can spend more time snuggling your furry friend and less worrying about their hair on your shirt.
If you’re ready for more helpful tips and resources about caring for your pets, don’t miss the rest of our blog. You’ll find ideas about pet health, activities, products, and more, all geared toward making life better for you and your faithful companion.
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