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How to Get Dog Hair Out of Your Car

Woman Driving with Dog

If you love going on joyrides with your dog down Chicago streets, but you hate all the hair in your cabin, Sunrise Chevrolet has some tips on how to remove dog hair from your car. If you’re trying to get dog hair out of your car, our guide will provide you with some helpful solutions for doing so. While you’re figuring out how to get dog hair out of your seats, if you find that your cabin needs a deep cleaning, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the service department at Sunrise Chevrolet in Glendale Heights.

Household Hacks for Removing Dog Hair in Your Car

Carol Stream drivers wondering how to get dog hair out of a car can’t go wrong with a lint roller or vacuum. Here are some other household items you can use if you’re wondering how to get dog hair out of car seats:

  • Velcro Curlers
  • Duct Tape/Packing Tape
  • Damp Rubber Kitchen Gloves
  • Fabric Softener Sheets
  • Inflated Balloon

Supplies That Will Remove More Stubborn Dog Hair From a Car

  • Fabric Sweeper: A fabric sweeper uses two rollers in conjunction to remove and trap pet hair.
  • Grooming/Deshedding Glove: Wear this glove when you pet your dog, and it will pull loose hair off of your pet. It’s also a great tool for getting hair out of the nooks and crannies in your car.
  • Pet Hair Roller: This tool looks like a Swiffer but features an ultra-sticky lint roller at the end.
  • Pet Hair Brush with Rubber Bristles: This brush features rubber bristles on either side and can be used on your upholstery to gather pet hair.
  • Fur Remover Broom: If you have dogs that shed A LOT in your car, bring out the big guns with this rubber bristle broom for an overall sweep of the seats, floor, or cargo area.

Have Questions? Reach Out to Sunrise Chevrolet!

Addison drivers who have further questions about how to get dog hair out of their cars can give our service department a call at (630) 348-8312. Our experts will walk you through the steps and help you find the cleaning supplies that you need to effectively remove pet hair from your car. If you think your upholstery needs detailing, or you want to give your car a deep clean, don’t hesitate to schedule a service appointment.  Now that you know about the best ways to get dog hair out of your car, If you have other questions about car care, be sure to explore our site for other helpful reads about how to winterize your car and more!

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