If you have a pet, you probably know this problem. There is so much wool in the house that it starts to seem like you can not get rid of it already? The thing is that in each house there are several types of surfaces that need to be cleaned in different ways. You do not have to worry about the fact that your pet is very much shedding!
How to get rid of wool in the house
To clean smooth surfaces, such as tiles, laminate or wood, you do not need to use a vacuum cleaner, because all the wool will rise into the air, and then again settle on the floor. It is better to wipe the floor with a mop, and then a microfiber. It will help remove the remnants of wool.
With carpets, things are a little different. A vacuum cleaner usually collects a small amount of wool from fleecy surfaces. But if you sprinkle a carpet with soda and leave it for 10 minutes, and then vacuum the coating, you will collect much more wool. And soda will help you get rid of unpleasant odors.
If, after that, there is still wool on the carpet, put on rubber gloves and lightly wet them, they will help you collect all the leftovers.
If you have such a robot vacuum cleaner, leave it turned on, when you go to work, it will be able to remove a fairly large amount of wool. Cats love such small UFOs, and they will not be lonely when you are not at home.
Remove the wool from other smooth surfaces will help you already familiar microfiber.
For upholstered furniture, we recommend using a rubber-tipped window brush.
In severe cases, use a conventional brush.
To remove the wool from the clothes, during the washing add a little vinegar and throw into the drum special washing balls. Vinegar will make it so that the wool will fall behind the clothes, and the balls will gather it.