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Old 12-08-2007, 03:18 AM
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bought my 94 blazer
but had dog fur all throughout the car
took a shop vac to it and none of the fur came out of the carpetting
tips?
 
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try a lint roller.
 
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Lint rollerwill work like Jharper said, or you could use duct tape.Both work great.
 
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^^^ That's what I was thinking, just take some duct tape inside out and it might work well.
 
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Also try a wet towel.
 
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I know they sell a dog hair brush, its all rubber instead you can try that or you can spray the carpet with water or windex just enough to mist it and then use a vaccum.
 
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i usea lint roller on mine. my mom has a maltease thathas white hair and she jumps in my blazer sometimes while im cleaning it and it shows up big time on my black interior.
 
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Default RE: tips and tricks for dog hair?

I have a small vacuum that has a beater bar on it that works great for removing hair and ground in dirt from interiors. The whole beater bar head comes off of the rest of the vacuum for access in tight areas as well.
 
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well im sure all those tricks would work great and thank you
but its even hard just to use my fingers and try pulling it out
i think that the fur has just been sitting in there embedded into it for years

maybe a good shampooing, vacuuming etc
 
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Default RE: tips and tricks for dog hair?

put on a latex glove, and rub your hand one way, the static from the latex glove, pulls the dog hair together in clumps, then you just pick it up and throw it away, what ever is left, you can use the rubber dog brush and a vaccum.
 

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