Use rubber gloves to remove cat or dog hair from your clothes. Then just rinse the gloves off when you are done.
Editor's Note: What are your tips for removing pet hair from clothing? Post them below.
Don't even try to remove it. Wear it proudly as an accessory. (10/17/2005)
If you spray your clothes with Static Guard pet hair will not get all over you. (05/22/2007)
I tried the tape method, haven't tried the rubber gloves, but I've found lint rollers for $1 each at Walmart; they're usually found on the ends of aisles. You can't beat the price. Just leave the used one on the roller till you're ready to use the next clean sheet. Works like a charm. By the way I have a white dog and a black dog, there is always hair everywhere. (05/22/2007)
I find lint removers of all types work, Unfortunately I find the best way is keeping the dog and cat groomed (Shed Ender works wonders) and cleaning the bed, furniture, and carpet weekly with a lint remover get it out of your house and less gets on you. (05/23/2007)
I bought a rubber pet brush to brush the cat. The bristles, handle and every part of it is made out of a rubber material. He sleeps on the pad of the rocking chair and it is always covered with hair. The brush works wonders. It removes so much hair I could make another cat out of it. Works better than the vacuum. I bought the brush for around $5 at Walmart. (05/23/2007)
I've got 3 cats. I bought a Magic Fur Ball last year on QVC and it works great. You can buy them online now at magicfurball.com
You just put it in your dryer and it loosens the hair from clothes. The pet hair ends up in the lint trap. (11/11/2008)
By Christopher G
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