It is not as simple as it seems to have a pet, especially a dot or a cat. And worse is when they start shedding their hair, which may stick anywhere in the house. More worse is the case, if there is a member in family allergic to these pets’ hair. It becomes so difficult during high shedding season to invite people at home even.
However, recent reports released by American Society for Microbiology have added on a twist to the story. They said, “Exposure to dust from homes with dogs may actually prevent some allergies. Still, you can reap the doggie-dust health benefits without having clumps of pet hair drifting across the floor”.
However, apart from these findings, the society has let out a few tricks with which the pet-owners can simply clean up their houses:
Smooth surfaces should be always kept clean and prevented from pet hair sticking to them. The baseboards should be cleaned to keep away dust and dirt.
Upholstery should be initially cleaned with anti-static sprays, this helps remove hairs from fabrics.
Use rubber dishwashing gloves to remove hair from furniture and clothing.
Brushes used for grooming of the pet can be used even to remove hair embedded inside carpets.
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