How to remove dog hair at home
House cleaning is a matter of concern when you live with a pet, especially a dog hair or cat hair. It tries to keep the house free of hair and dust, especially in the case of allergic people sharing housing with an animal. The following guidelines explain how to get a proper housecleaning, for owners, dogs and cats enjoy each other’s company in an environment free of bacteria and dirt.
Sweep and vacuum often to remove animal hair
Broom, vacuum and mop are the best allies to remove the dog hair or cat at home. Along with the fur, the dog also removes dead skin (dander), which is suspended and lands on the floor and the furniture.
According to Julia Guillo, manager of a cleaning company, the best thing when you have an animal with hair at home is “vacuuming every day floor, carpets and armchairs”, although he admits that “almost nobody does for lack of time”.
It is advisable that the cleaner has filters against mites, which must be cleaned after use. If it works with bag, this should be discarded at the end of the cleaning. In case of choosing the broom, it is
Use microfiber mops dirt dog hair
The ideal mop to clean the floor of a house where live dogs or cats must have absorbent and anti static properties, ie, retain dust particles and dirt. They are available in different colors, so it will be possible to use a mop to clean certain color only dirt generated by the can or feline.
Microfiber cloths have the property of trapping animal hairs effectively. These cloths are cleaned with soap and water, but not recommended to apply softener because they lose their properties.
Clean unseen dirt
When a pet at home, the best way to remove dirt that is not-and with it the bacteria- passes using a steam pressure, capable of high temperatures. “These kinds of items are very effective at removing dust mites and bacteria that are not seen and can be used once or twice a month,” adds Guillo.
As for appropriate cleaning products to thoroughly clean with dogs or cats at home, they are recommended neutral bactericides and products with bio-alcohol (treated alcohol). Such cleaners also disinfect surfaces like wood or ceramics, remove dirt and bacteria effectively and do not irritate the airways.
In all ways, do not fall into the error of excessive asepsis. “Contact with bacteria and mites, which is inevitable, it is also imperative to immunize the body,” adds José Luis González, veterinarian and dermatologist.
Proper dog grooming
A dog or cat that receives its hygienic standards routinely is not a source of dirt, but good company. Some dogs have a more complicated coat to keep clean and untangled, so it is advisable to go to the groomer once a month, depending on dirt. If a trip to the field is done, it may be advisable to bring forward the appointment.
Dogs that have a short coat (boxer) or middle extension (German shepherd) need regular brushing to remove dead hair, dust and dirt. All things to remove the brush will not end on furniture, carpets or sofas in the house.
One trick to prevent dog hair stay home when you miss the comb is to take outings to the park or the countryside to brush thoroughly. Then it is important to collect hairs and throw them in a trash can. In this way, they stay home prevents suspended particles adhere to carpets or furniture.
A dog with proper oral hygiene, vaccinated and wormed is a healthy animal and not a source of dirt or diseases. The bathroom with specific products helps keep the dog clean and to avoid excess hair and mites at home.
On the other hand, the dog’s paws are the gateway of dirt and bacteria in the home. They can be used wet wipes to remove dirt from the dog’s paws before entering home.
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