I’ve tried just about every trick to remove pet fur from clothing and this is a great one, especially if you have cats or dogs with soft, fluffy fur. Who would have thought that hairspray would come in handy for something like this?
How to Remove Pet Fur From Clothing With Hairspray
Dealing with pet fur stuck to clothing is just a part of life for most pet owners. If you’re familiar with trying to de-fuzz yourself before leaving the house, try this super effective tip for how to remove pet fur from clothing using hairspray!
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This trick is great though if you’re dealing with fur that’s a little fluffier and softer, or even if you happen to get a bunch of fuzz all over your clothing from running it through the wash with a very fuzzy blanket.
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Take a clean, dry cloth and a bottle of hairspray, along with the piece of clothing that needs to be de-fuzzed. I’m using the e-cloth Kitchen Cloth for this, but any clean dry cloth seems to work just fine as far as I’ve been able to tell.
Spray a generous amount of hairspray on the cloth. At least 1-2 seconds’ worth.
Let it sit for about 10 seconds so that it stars to semi-dry.
Gently wipe the fabric with the cloth to remove the fur, working perpendicular to the “grain” of the fabric, if you can tell which way that is.
This is great because it picks up even the really fine furs and fuzz that other fur removing methods don’t seem to be able to pick up!
Do you have a favorite trick to remove pet fur from clothing before you leave the house?
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