Dogs are great friends and loyal members of the family, providing love and company to everyone living in the home. Although accidents sometimes happen, dog owners are usually pretty quick to forgive the offense and hope that it doesn’t happen again; at least for a while. Hopefully if you have a dog, those bathroom accidents are few and far between. One thing that dogs do that is a regular occurrence is shed their coats. Dogs naturally lose their old or damaged hair by shedding; it is a natural process that occurs, especially as the seasons change. The frequency and amount of hair that is shed depends on the age and breed of the dog. In most cases, dogs develop thick coats during the winter that are shed in the spring. Carpet Care 2000 explores this top further below.
Dog Hair Clings to Fabrics
If you are a dog owner, then you know that dog hair can get everywhere, from your furniture, your clothes, your carpet, your kitchen – pretty much everywhere. If your upholstered furniture is a different shade of your dogs hair, then the contrast is very noticeable and can leave you feeling embarrassed if you have company over. Dog hair clings to the fibers of material, making it very difficult to completely remove. Depending on the length of your dog’s hair, it can also be difficult to remove due to its ability to weave in and out of fabrics.
Dog Fur Removal
One common solution that many dog owners invest in is a lint roller. Lint rollers can be an effective tool when picking up dog hair. Lint rollers are safe to use on curtains, furniture and even some carpets, pulling the dog hair off of the surface and sticking right to the lint roller. Although the lint roller is an effective tool, it falls short of completely removing the dog hair from your fabrics and is very time confusing. Vacuuming can be another effective method of removing dog hair, however you must use a vacuum that has nothing less of significantly strong suction to ensure that the dog hair is actually being picked up. Because dog hair is so fine and sometimes lengthy, it can wind itself through fabric, making it quite difficult to remove. A vacuum with weak suction power will not get the job done properly.
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If you want to completely remove the hair that your dog is leaving around your home, on your carpets, furniture and mattresses, it is time to call in a professional. Carpet Care 2000 specializes in removing dog hair from your home, with safe and effective methods that will leave your home dog hair free and you feeling confident inviting friends over without being embarrassed by the presence of dog hair on your furniture or in your carpet. Contact Carpet Care 2000 today for complete dog hair removal.