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Forgot to mention that there's also a YouTube video that shows a latex glove method like
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I haven't seen much on this but what is everybody doing to get the dog hair out of there seat. I have a pitbull and she loves the backseat because she can sprawl out but she has gotten the backseat so coated with hair and a vacuum can't get it out.
I lay a hammock-style pet mat in the back seat when my PitBull "Paige" wants to go for a ride!



...but she still gets hair on the dash, I use a
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Thatsa good looking dog how old is it

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While I don't have experience with removing large amounts of pet hair from cars (I simply don't own them), I have used something like this with good success when I have had transfer from those of others. ....or lint/transfer from other fabrics (i.e. towels, sweaters, etc.):

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I use a Lint Roller, and my air compressor! My Pets are much like my children... they can make a mess from time to time, but I Love em just the same!
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Thatsa good looking dog how old is it

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...she's my baby! Paige will be 2 years old come this April.

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I use a Lint Roller, and my air compressor! My Pets are much like my children... they can make a mess from time to time, but I Love em just the same!
HEAR HEAR!

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I have two big dogs. While I won't let them even near my car (keep a second car to cart them around) I do have faux suede couches that will grab the hair as well.

This is by far the best solution I have found for pet hair removal. Far better than vacuums, sticky stuff and other brushes.

It has little plastic teeth (Similar to Velcro but smaller) that will grab the hair and hold it. You simply use it like a brush. It is good to bring the nap back of the fabric as well.

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I have a husky and a pitbull. The husky sheds a TON. After they ride in the car I go over the seats with a lint roller and then vaccum really well. That usually gets it all out.
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Originally Posted by Chantry View Post
I haven't seen much on this but what is everybody doing to get the dog hair out of there seat. I have a pitbull and she loves the backseat because she can sprawl out but she has gotten the backseat so coated with hair and a vacuum can't get it out.
Just a question. What are you feeding your pit bull? I have an American Bully that was shedding really bad and having dry skin issues. I switched to grain free food and he quit within a month or so. A lot of the bully breeds have grain allergies. They aren't supposed to shed much so that is a good sign. I have 2 a blue and white and a blue tri. Neither shed at all....they also don't get to ride in my challenger lol


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