Pet Hair Remover Dryer Balls are reusable balls that remove pet hair (or human hair), or soft debris from clothing in the dryer.
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The Pet Hair Remover Dryer Balls aren’t necessarily for your pet. However, they are for the pet lover. So if you have pets, cats, dogs, bunnies, guinea pigs or anything that has fur and sheds, these are for you.
I must admit that I like black. And while my dog is also black, you wouldn’t think that pet hair would be a problem. It’s not so much that it bothers me, but it gets all over the Jeep seats and my husband is not happy about that.
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Rinse Your Clothes With Vinegar
Vinegar is one of the best tools to have around the house for cleaning almost anything, including pesky pet hair. Vinegar helps to soften fabrics, which will help free clinging dog hairs from the threads of your clothes.
During the rinse cycle of your wash, add about ½ cup of white vinegar to the machine. If you’re worried about the smell of vinegar, you can start with a smaller amount, but the vinegar usually evaporates while the clothes are in the dryer.
Additional Pet Pro Tips: Dealing with Dog Hair
While using your washer and dryer to remove dog hair is a great strategy, it’s just one piece of the puzzle. Here are some general tips to help you deal with dog hair on an everyday basis.
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