How can I get dog hairs out of my Micro Fiber Sheets...

I have a long haired Chihuahua that is shedding really bad ..and she sleeps with me now my sheets are full of her hair I was them and it gets some of it out but not enough...Help what can I do to get the hair out of the sheets ...

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  • 19698379 19698379 on Jan 07, 2018
    Lint roller. Washing them. But as long as you have a dog sleeping on your bed, you are going to have dog hair on your sheets.

  • SandyG SandyG on Jan 07, 2018
    I could not find an answer for shedding on microfibers sheets other than washing them. Most people with microfiber furniture use a wet/damp cloth and wipe the furniture, rinsing out cloth as needed. This would be hard to do with sheets. Do you run your sheets through an extra rinse cycle? It is suggested to consider your bed linen choice as microfiber is a magnet for pet hairs, but that is definitely a personal decision.

  • Leah Leah on Jan 07, 2018
    That is why they are used for dusting. Try using a lint roller.

  • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Jan 07, 2018
    We have four dogs, all of whom shed and two are long haired. I have noticed that, as they used to advertise, it helps repel dog hair and other lint, etc. Do your sheets in small loads, no more than one set at a time and that will help rinse off some and also the smaller load in the dryer will help get more off with less in the dryer. I have noticed with new clothes it doesn't work as well until it had been dried a few times. Micro Fiber sheets are one of the ones that takes more time for the dryer sheets to work and doesn't seem to work as well, like the hair is attracted to it, just like dust is attracted to microfiber cloths.

  • Mogie Mogie on Jan 07, 2018
    Do you brush you dog at least once a day? We had a dog that shed a lot and we brushed him three times a day. It really helps.

  • Mary Mary on Jan 07, 2018
    I have animals and love microfiber sheets, too. I even lay them down on the couch where the dog sleeps To keep the couch cleaner.
    Someone gave me gloves with a rough rubber coating on the palms that works better than anything I have found.
    But I don’t use that with the sheets on the bed. I use Tide with Downy in it to wash, and then dry them with a dryer sheet, too. The fabric softener really helps to remove hair from the sheets.

  • V Smith V Smith on Jan 07, 2018
    My dog sleeps with me too. She doesn't get under the covers so I have it easy. After my bed is completely made I put a flat sheet over the top of everything. It is not beautiful, but it does keep the dirt and hair off of the quilt. I also have a suede-like cover on the sofa that collects dog hair, and that I put it in the dryer first to suck the hair out then I wash it. We should think of something to do with all that dog hair and make our fortunes.

  • Maude  LaFountain Maude LaFountain on Jan 07, 2018
    Thank you all for your answers and yes I brush my dog everyday and I also just wash my sheets by their selves and a lot of hair comes off in the dryer ,,,sometimes I even run the dryer on a cool down after they have dried and I clean the lint trap ...I also you a lint roller on them ....anyway I think I will just go back to COTTON SHEETS and forget Micro Fiber ones ,, dog has been sleeping with me since I got her 8 yrs ago so I am not about to change her sleeping habits ...these kind of dogs are too sensitive to do that too ...