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Hey all. I searched around the forums and only found one other thread with tips in removing dog hair from seats and carpet. I thought I'd share what has worked very well for me. I used a spray bottle with some water and a little bit of fabric softener. I sprayed my seats and carpet lightly. I then wetted one of my wife's pumice stones and used that to rub it over the seats and carpet. That thing worked really well and the fur just balled up to where I could either vacuum it up or just throw it out. It works well to wet that pumice stone periodically. I also used nitrile gloves and ran my hand over had to get to places that the stone might not reach. I wish I would've taken before/after pics of my truck, but I didn't when I cleaned it last weekend. It's amazing how much nicer it looks and the lint roller and tape tricks just would cut it. Try it out and share your tips here, too!
 

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my wet/dry vac has handled it fairly well so far, my dog is half lab and half German Shepherd (German Shedder)... just gotta vacuum every week
 

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I use a nylon brush to try to lift stuff in the carpet. And a shop vac. I need to pick some reducers for the vac, and see if I can get more suction to lift stuff.
 

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My shop vac definitely works when I keep up with weekly vacuums. My problem was waiting a long time so the hair was really embedded and there was like a whole extra pet in there. Think 70's porn star bush lol
 
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I use my shop vac but I also have a special brush. It is soft rubber bristles. you wet it and rub over the fabric and a ton more hair comes up. My dog is white and with tan interior, I don't realized how much was left behind
 

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I use my shop vac but I also have a special brush. It is soft rubber bristles. you wet it and rub over the fabric and a ton more hair comes up. My dog is white and with tan interior, I don't realized how much was left behind
this sounds like a good idea... my dog is yellow and my interior is black, so it's quite clear a ton gets left behind :lol5:
 
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