Most effective way to remove dog hair from polar fleece?

I have a short haired dog so I dont have a lot of experience....whats the best way to remove dog fur from polar fleece? Not sure if theres any new tips tricks or products out there.

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  • Sharon Sharon on Nov 11, 2017
    The ways, I clean pet hair off my polar fleece lap blankets and clothes is to just wash it, but if the dog hair is wiry, I have used those tape clothes lint rollers or just wind a bunch of tape around my hand and brush the fabric to catch the hairs. I also use the vacuum extra hose attachment that spins to do the upholstery. I also have a soft rubber pet hair brush that works pretty good.

    • Vimarhonor Vimarhonor on Nov 12, 2017
      Thank you, the vacuum was the tip I needed after the point that clothing brush seemed to fail/become unproductive . I would not had thought of that! Lesson learned not to wear dark North Face fleece and greet furry light coated dog. Many thanks!

  • Shelley Shelley on Nov 11, 2017
    A lint brush

  • 27524803 27524803 on Nov 11, 2017
    Put it in the dryer with a damp towel and a couple of dryer sheets... that is what I do with all my fleece blankets

  • I have 6 dogs, lots of fur. Lint brush, sticky paper Lint roller (I have them everywhere! Car, home, work, purse), or wash the item.

  • Beth Vollenwider-Leos Beth Vollenwider-Leos on Nov 11, 2017
    Put in the dryer before you wash it. Then wash it according to the directions. Shake it out before you put in back in the dryer to dry. Of course clean lint trap drying. Do this with any of clothes you see dog hairs on, works every time. Got this off the internet.

  • Ellis Ellis on Nov 12, 2017
    Sticky paper lint roller, or one of those silicon brushes with the tiny teeth.

  • Martha M. Smith Martha M. Smith on Jan 26, 2019

    Check out my latest post. Here I have described step step process.

  • Janice Janice on Aug 06, 2021

    I often use the clear packing tape wrapped around by mand to brush over the fabric to remove lint and hairs. Also, you might try vacuuming with an upholstery attachment.