Your Ultimate Guide to Removing Cat Dander From Home
Pet allergy cleaning products, like the Allersearch Pet Shampoo, are designed to eliminate or neutralize the animal dander from your dog or cat that can cause the worst of your sneezing, wheezing, and itchy, watery eyes. When you combine the Allersearch shampoo with our other pet allergy cleaning products, like the powerful Eureka Pet Lover vacuums, which will remove the animal fur and dander that has settled on your carpets and furniture, you'll have an unbeatable arsenal of allergy-fighting products!
Vacuuming dander and fur from upholstered furniture -- at least once a week -- can reduce its accumulation. On the days in between, use a tape or sticky-rubber lint roller designed to remove pet hair. Rubbing a fabric-softener sheet over furniture can reduce static, which acts like a magnet for dander. Run rubber gloves down drapery or over upholstery to pick up cat fur. On hard-surface furniture, such as glass tables or wood plant stands, use an anti-static spray or cleaning product designed for repelling dust to repel dander.
This type of spray is also useful for people that have cats or dogs and are expecting a visitor who is allergic to pets. All you do is spray your pet’s fur with it and wipe of the excess. Some products even come in disposable wipes, which can be even more convenient. A top choice to try is Nature’s Miracle Dander Remover and Coat Deodorizer Spray.Like HEPA filters, there's a variety of vacuums on the market that are specifically made to remove cat dander and venture deep into your carpet to reach those tough spots. Additionally, there are cleaners marketed to be allergy reducers. By cleaning and using these products on a regular basis, and washing the bedding of the allergy sufferer, you can reduce the risk of health issues.Cat dander accumulates in bedding, causing more dander to be inhaled and contact your skin and eyes to produce more allergy symptoms. Remove your bedding and wash it at 140 degrees Fahrenheit to remove the cat dander. Make the bed and close your bedroom door to keep your kitty away.Bless you, Anna, for being willing to work around your allergies and keep the kitties. So many cats are considered disposable when they require more work than expected. Many do not consider that when you adopt a pet of any kind you are making a commitment. Their are some great products for removing pet hair, etc. One of my favorites, thought it won’t remove the dander, is super easy for getting the cat hair off furniture. It’s Pledge Fabric Sweeper for Pet Hair. It’s quick and easy plus its great for those quick clean-ups you didn’t see until your guests pull in the driveway.One of the best cat grooming tools for accomplishing this is the . This super easy to use product works by using stainless steel teeth to gently but effectively remove loose hair that is caught in your cat’s coat. This not only reduces the amount of hair around your house but also keeps your cat healthy by reducing the chance of your cat developing dangerous hairballs!Although Allerpet Cat Dander Remover is specifically formulated to help remove cat allergens and soften the pet’s skin, it should really be called Allerpet For Cat Owners. Why? - because it helps people who are allergic to cats live with them more comfortably. Because cats produce more dander than any other animal, Allerpet Cat Dander Remover works harder to bind and remove cat allergens so there will be less of them in your home. It is not necessary to eliminate all cat allergens (something that is nearly impossible to do) to feel better. Even a 50% reduction should help. If you want to reduce allergens even more, we recommend applying Allerpet Cat Dander Remover every 3-4 days, rather than weekly.
Allerpet Cat Dander Remover is non-toxic and completely safe to use on kittens over the age of 8 weeks, depending upon their size.
Allerpet is easy to apply while your cat sits in your lap. Simply spread a large terry towel over your lap for the cat to sit on. Dampen a washcloth or small sponge with Allerpet and lightly wipe your cat from the skin outward, first against the lay or the hair, then with it, until all areas are damp, not dripping wet, to remove sebaceous gland secretions, saliva, loose dander and urine.
If your cat has long or very thick hair, use your free hand to separate and hold down the untreated hair from the area you are wetting, to make sure you get down to the skin.
Pay special attention to the areas around the genitals where urine tends to collect and dry on the hair. No rinsing is required. Dry the hair thoroughly with a towel or hair dryer. If your cat self-cleans (licks its coat often), you may safely use Allerpet two or three times a week to remove the saliva residue.
Keeping your cat’s hair tangle-free will help decrease the allergen load in your home. Combing/brushing at least once a week will help to remove dander, foreign matter, dirt and loose dead hairs that are contaminated with dried saliva and sebaceous gland secretions.
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