Cleaning your place can be quite a hassle, but when you have a pet, you have to take it up a notch with your cleaning game. Furs, feces, furball (if you have a cat) and many more, depending on your pet, is a problem that you have to deal when cleaning your house. Your pet is lovely, but cleaning when you have a pet can be quite hard. But worry no further, here we have listed several tips and trick on how to keep your place clean while also having you lovely pet around. All you pet owners, come and read this article.
Old towel or shirts for resting spot
Usually, some pets have a favorite spot where they will just lay down and relax for the day, make sure that you remember where it is and grab an old towel or shirt. Place the old shirt in their favorite spot and let them relax there. Doing this will save you the hassle of having furs everywhere on the floor, carpet, or just wherever it could go. Check out pets-life as they discuss tips and trick while also reviewing dogfood and cat food for your pets.
Brush, brush, brush!
If you have a dog and your dog tend to shed everywhere then perhaps it is time for you to make a brushing schedule. Depending on the breed of your dog you can schedule a daily, weekly, or a once every two weeks of a brush. Doing it outside will spare you having to clean your place filled with your dog’s hair. Make sure to use special shampoo to prevent excess shedding and fleas.
Tip: if your dog starts to shed uncontrollably, visiting a veterinarian may be a good idea.
Lint roller for the couch
Your sofa can contain a lot of hidden fur from your pets, and you can always use a lint roller rather than using a vacuum, as a lint roller can get to every crooks and cranny of your sofa. An alternative in case you don’t have a lint roller is to use a dampened towel and start scrubbing your couch to scoop all of the hairs away.
Vacuum for the carpet
If you’re using the lint roller for the couch, you can use the vacuum to suck all of the hair from the carpet and the rug. Besides cleaning the carpet, by vacuuming, you’re also eliminating the chance of any flea eggs that remain on the rug, which can be quite annoying.…