Saturday, September 23, 2006

How To Remove Dog Hair From Your Clothes, Bedding & Drains?

Puppy Training

Hi all,
Not sure whether you find it uncomfortable when your doggie's hair is all over your shirt, pants shirts, bedding and your house, here are some tips on ...............

Removing Dog Hair From Your Clothes, Bedding & Drains

1. Dog Hair On Your Clothes

Keep a roll of masking tape or a sticky roller in your car to remove dog hair after you leave the house. Keep some in your office drawer at work to do the same.

Remove dog hair from your clothing with a dampened rubber glove, sticky roller, or masking tape, or blow it off with a blow-dryer.

2. Dog Hair On Your Bed

When there is dog hair on your bedding, run your bedding through the air-dry or fluff cycle of your dryer to remove hair before putting it in the washing machine.

If some dog hair remains at the bottom of the washing machine after you've done your laundry, remove the hair by running the washer through one rinse cycle.

3. Dog Hair Clogging Drains

If your dog's hair accompanies you into the shower and clogs the drain, or your drains run slowly after giving your dog a bath, keep a plunger handy. Plunge after each use to keep the dog hair from severely clogging your drains.

Purchase a mechanical plunger for those hairy pipes. All types of plungers are available in hardware stores and builders' outlets.

Lastly, be sure to place steel wool in your drain to catch hair.

Ok, that's all for this sharing.

Till we 'woof' again, have a wonderful weekend.


Puppy Training

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