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14 Cleaning Hacks Every Dog or Cat Owner Should Know

These tips for pet owners offer practical solutions for everything from cleaning up fur to keeping pets off the furniture.

14 Cleaning Hacks Every Dog or Cat Owner Should Know
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Feel like you're chasing your tail attempting to keep on top of the domestics? Try our handy pet hacks to cut down the amount of time you spend tending to your furry housemates.

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1. Remove Pet Hair with Duct Tape
Remove Pet Hair with Duct Tape
The Family Handyman
That's right. We've found another use for duct tape—cleaning. The stickiness of duct tape makes it perfect for a makeshift pet hair remover and this method is faster than vacuuming. It also works on seats in vehicles. A sponge or cloth wrapped with duct tape works great for getting into corners. Wrap duct tape around a paint roller cover, sticky side out. Roll the paint cover over furniture or carpet to pick up the pet hair. Add more tape as the surface gets full of hair.


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