Keep Your House Hair-Free with These Tips!
If you are a pet parent, you know how annoying pet hair can be. If you are bringing a furry member in the family home the first time, then this blog is especially for you!
Pets shed and sometimes they shed a lot. Everything in the house is covered with dog or cat fur, which gets frustrating to clean. We’ve put together some tips that will help you clean your house easily and reduce the shedding from your pet. By the end of this blog, you’ll be able to keep your house hair-free.
1. Keep your pet well groomed
Grooming is the most fundamental action you can do to keep the house hair-free. There’s simply no alternative to grooming, to reduce the hair in your house, the root of the problem has to be eradicated.
Some dogs or cats with long hair go through a lot of shedding, for them regular or even daily grooming or brushing is necessary. It limits the hair that flies around the house and reduces pet dander. Other furry pets with short hair can either shed throughout the year or don’t shed a lot; still brushing and bathing are important. You can use de-shedding tools or rubber gloves to pick up loose hair.
2. Cover your furniture
You can’t stop your pets from sitting on the couch, but you can stop the hair from spreading all over it. There are slipcovers available in every color, print, or fabric you might desire; to protect your furniture and keep your house look pretty. Opt for an easily washable cover, just slip the cover off and throw it for a wash.
This is a good handy hack to keep your house clean. Buy a vacuum cleaner, it is better if you can get a robot vacuum, it will automatically clean after your pet with a single push of a button. Buy a good vacuum cleaner, clean its filters regularly and you will have a powerful tool that’ll suck all the hair floating around in your house. You can also dampen the floors before cleaning, this will stick the hair and the vacuum cleaner can easily clean them off.
4. Tint rollers for on-the-go cleaning
Keep tint rollers handy for quick cleaning when you are outside or on a trip. Just roam the tint roller on surfaces and the hair will stick to it. If you don’t have a roller, you can even use rubber gloves.
5. Use air purifier
Air purifiers trap dirt, allergens, debris, and pet hair. They will effectively clear all the hair that keeps floating in the house. Just remember to clean or change filters regularly, preferably every month to maintain efficiency. There are smart air purifiers which will notify you when the filter needs to be changed.
6. Do laundry regularly
Wash your bedding, slipcovers and other fabrics in the house regularly to keep them clean and hair-free. It is important to keep the filters of the washing machine clean, as the hair may get caught there.
7. Keep your pet healthy
A deteriorating health may also increase shedding in pets. Ensure that your pet is getting balanced nutrients through their diet. Deficiencies can increase hair fall and it also compromises your pet’s health. Get them to exercise or walk for at least 30 minutes a day. Talk to your veterinarian, for a balanced diet as nutrition requirements change with breed, lifestyle, and age. A healthy diet includes a primary source of protein, a good amount of vitamins and minerals, and healthy fatty acids.
Keeping pets needs taking care of a lot of things like giving them proper care and keeping your house free from hair. It might be a tedious task to maintain both simultaneously, but with the tips given above you can achieve this. Keeping your house hair-free also decrease the chances of allergies in your family or people who visit you.