I have a question about caring for your clothes when you live with animals. I have a wonderful dog, who unfortunately sheds. His fur also builds up a lot of dander, and when he walks past me, the dander often brushes off on my pants leg or tights and leaves a white-ish residue (similar to the texture of dry shampoo). I use a lint roller constantly to get rid of the hair, but I can’t seem to get rid of the white residue unless I dry clean it. Any tips, other than washing my dog every day? Thanks!
Pet hair can be a real problem. Having never had a pet, I’m really looking forward to the wisdom from the readers here. Some suggestions, off the top of my head:
1) Lint brush, lint brush, lint brush. In a pinch, the FedEx pouches are great lint rollers. Your dog’s dander sounds like you might also want to try out something like a special pet hair remover sponge or some of the other offerings on Amazon such as the magnets, stones, mitts, or brushes. There is even a Furminator (which seems to be, ahem, pretty popular). [Read more...]