How Do I Remove Dog Hair From My Sofa Couch?
Dogs are lovely. If they’re trained well, have a nice disposition, and don’t bite you. But a big downside to canine cohabitation is, well, all that FUR. It may be hair-etical to complain about but that doggone hair just gets EVERYWHERE – blankets,
couches, carpets, bedding – not to mention frequently up one’s nose (very tickly). If your sofa is riddled with pokey little dog hairs and you’re at your wit’s end trying to eradicate them, have no fear – Stone Surface Specialists are here! Follow our simple strategy for eliminating dog hair from couches in a jiffy.
1 Suck up any clumps of fur with a hand vacuum. It’s much easier to man- handle (or woman-handle, as the case may be #feminism) than a full-size vacuum and will help you easily reach into corners.
2 If your dog has a favorite spot on the sofa, run a squeegee or damp rubber glove over the surface to collect the fur and then discard the resulting pile of fluff.
3 If there are still stubborn cling-ons, use a sticky lint roller over the surface to remove the last vestiges of caninehood.
4 Consider training Fido in the dark arts of self-fur-maintenance (invest in a doggy hairbrush).
If you’re still struggling to get a grip on in-grown hairs (in the couch, that is), give the carpet and fabric-cleaning professionals at Stone Surface Specialists a call. We have gotten to grips with canine fluffdom throughout the Salt Lake Valley and
beyond, and will have your sofa restored to its former fibers in no time.
Call us today at 801 856 0164.