Cover your seats with a blanket. Place a blanket or towel on the seats or floor of your car. This can help to reduce the amount of hair that will get into your upholstery. It is also much easier to remove the blanket from the car to wash it once it is covered in your pet's hair.
Wipe the seats down or spray them and let dry. Use the lint brush or a stiff-bristled brush on the seat to loosen and remove the stuck hair. Apply a sticky-paper lint roller or length of packing tape to remove stubborn hairs. Press the tape or roller against the seat firmly.
Cleaning Tips. Tip 1: Blow up a balloon and make some static. Tip 2: Use a pair of rubber gloves and water for even more electrifying results. Tip 3: Another 'spray and wipe' style tip â€“ mix a few teaspoons of fabric softener with water and lightly spray your upholstery with the mixture.
And, unfortunately, so does the pet hair wedged in the car upholstery. If dogs have a downside, it's shedding their coats frequently! Removing pet hair from your .
This is a guide about removing pet hair from car upholstery. Pets can leave a veritable carpet of hair on your car upholstery.