Cat Hair - 10 Other Uses for Sponges - Bob Vila
Clothing can be taped, wiped down and laundered. I've tried several of those little balls you throw into the washer and dryer to collect the hair and had little results. The best way I've found to remove the hair is to damp sponge items before throwing them in the washer and picking off the hair balls that show up after the dryer. I keep the lint filter cleaned and clean it out midway through the drying cycle. Always tell your dry cleaner about the cat hair. They can remove the hair and treat your clothes to make hair removal easier the next time.
This product is of coarse sponge 2 PCs., fine sponge one, total 3 piece set includes. The sponge of my rough eyes due to higher friction from clothing to hair rubs off easily. Fine sponge using the fineness of their eyes, will catch a fluffy animal characteristic of thin hair. You can change the number put the sponge by the sheer nature of hair, hair loss, a combination improves rate of hair.
YOUR SECRET WEAPON IN THE PET HAIR WAR! This is the most effective, easiest to use, product in the world for removing pet hair from clothing, upholstery and automobile interiors. Our customers praise the Gonzo for removing dog hair, cat hair, horse hair, from all types of fabrics, lamp shades, walls, beds, computer monitor screens, and car interiors. The Gonzo is a unique slightly gummy rubber sponge that rips pet hair from any surface and rolls it into a little piece of yarn that's easily plucked off the sponge and thrown away. Use the Gonzo over and over! When the sponge becomes soiled, wash it with soap and water, air dry, and it's as good as new. There's no adhesive that's used up, so it lasts indefinitely.Use a dry sponge to collect dog and cat hair off your couch or chair. It works better then the Swiffer Pet Hair collector and it's cheaper! Reuse, don't throw it away!Yes Teri! I discovered this by accident back always. I've got a chair with a velour-type cushion our long-haired manx has taken a liking to, and just a simple pass or two with a damp cloth of any kind can make all the difference! If I let it go too long between "swipes" I just go over it a little more. Slightly damp works fine--cloth or sponge or even paper towel will collect the hair in one spot and I must say picking up the hair after it's been dampened even a little is much easier than trying to catch all the flying dry hairs!Use a dry sponge to collect dog and cat hair off your couch or chair. It works better then the Swiffer Pet Hair collector and it's cheaper! Reuse, don't throw it away!To remove cat hair from your furniture, take a damp sponge and brush it one way across the fabric. It helps ball up the hair and you can pick it off the sponge.I use a rubber sponge made specifically for this purpose too. I have 4 cats and use rubber dish washing gloves to clean my sofa and chairs. The hair rolls up fairly well and I just keep rubbing till its all off. Good Luck!