Here is something you probably didn’t know about me: I have a dog! a beautiful 1 and a half year old Alusky (If you don’t know what an Alusky is- It is a mix between an Alaskan Malamute and a Husky). Like every double-coated dog he sheds like craaaaaaaazy, specially in the summer. When we got him I had no idea they shed so much, so I had to adjust all my cleaning and become a very skilled cleaner buahaha. Last weekend we went to visit my family in Boston so when we came back every inch of our car was covered with hair. Every.inch. It looked like we had seats made of fur. Literally. Okay,maybe I’m exaggerating a little, but seriously: it was bad. So we ended up cleaning the whole car, and because I have become a very skilled cleaner hahaha I thought I would share the very creative way we clean our car–it works!
here is a picture of CLOUD:)
Cleaning dog hair from a car
- A good Vacuum with a Pet hair power brush (I have the Shark Navigator Lift-Away (NV356E) it love it and recommend it )
- A Dog grooming brush (This is my brush )
- Lint roller
- Plastic bags
What you need to do:
- Use the vacuum to get as much hair as you can from the seats with the pet hair power tool. You need to do this as throughly as it is possible. Take as much time as you need.
- With the crevice tool, vacuum the corners and small places of the car (between the rug, in the door..ect)
- Take the hair brush and use it to clean behind the seats and where the vacuum does not reach.
- Finally, use the Lint Roller to finish up with the difficult left-over hair.