I'm looking for some clever advice that DH will adhere to daily. Is there a way to keep them from going everywhere or is there a special cleaning procedure that rounds them up quickly after the fact? Thanks in advance for all of the advice! You're a great group!
I have to agree with Deeli, sorry, "Mom." My DH tends to lay a piece of cardboard he keeps for that purpose over our sink. He doesn't shave nearly as often as he used to, but when he does, this method works. He also hates to shave in a dirty sink, so he always scrubs it first - even if it's recently been scrubbed. Bonus for me, lol!
Both my dad and my former husband shaved over the sink and any hairs that 'flew' were wiped up with a damp rag and then the rag and sink were rinsed out. I think your DH is simply being lazy ;-)
My advice would be to tell him to solve the problem himself but there better be NO MORE hairs on the sink. If he can earn a living he can figure it out.
My husband and son drape a towel over the sink when they are shaving. The towel catches the whiskers then just pick up the towel and dispose in the trash can or outside (maybe the birds can use the hair for nest building!).
It may sound odd but I use a lint roller or masking tape. It picks up small things like whiskers just as it picks up hair and lint from sweaters. It works great.
Hope this helps.
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