Controlling pet fur in your home challenging, but here are a few tips to help you combat it!
Establish a regular grooming routine for your pet. Regular brushing can help remove loose hair and stop excessive shedding. Plus, your furry friend will love the extra attention! Choose a brush that is suitable for your pet’s coat type and use it to remove loose hair before it ends up on your furniture and floors.
Vacuuming and Sweeping: Ok this one is obvious! Vacuum your floors and furniture regularly to remove loose fur and prevent build up – and be sure to invest in a good quality vacuum cleaner that is designed to handle pet hair. Alternatively, you could go a step further a get yourself a robot vacuum to do all the work for you – and gets under furniture easier than you would be able to yourself!
Purify the Air
Air Purifiers and Filters: Another option is to invest in an air purifier with a HEPA filter to help remove pet dander and fur from the air. This can help improve the air quality in your home, and reduce the amount of pet hair circulating.
Wash Pooch’s bed regularly
Wash your pet’s bedding, blankets, and any fabric items they come into contact with often. Be sure to use a pet-friendly detergent and follow the care instructions for each item. Washing these items helps remove accumulated fur and reduces the presence of allergens in your home.
Call the Professionals
Help! I’m still finding too much fur in my house! If pet fur is a persistent problem despite your best efforts, you could consider professional cleaning services that specialize in pet hair removal. They have specialized equipment and techniques to effectively remove pet fur from your home.
So! While you can minimize pet fur, it’s still natural for some amount of shedding to occur. Regular maintenance and cleaning routines will help keep it under control and create a more fur-free environment in your home.