Here in Utah lots of people love to haul their dogs around to the mountains, but this has presented a problem detailing their cars. How do you remove dog hair from the interior of the car? Reflections Detailing of Utah has found an improvement to some of the best detailing methods out there.
I’ve struggled with removing dog hair from clients cars; it’s a pain in the butt to get out. The worst is out of fabric seats, as the little hairs weave themselves into the fabric, even more so is in the carpets of cars. I’ve tried using latex gloves on my hands to help grip and massage out the hairs in the seats, and on the carpets too. While that works pretty well on the fabric seats, you tear up your gloves on the carpets…..its also faster than just using a vacuum, but it’s still slow going. I’ve tried duct tape, but it’s a pain to use. For carpets I have found that using a fine grain pumice stone really helps, but you can’t get aggressive with the stone on the carpet. While Detailed Image doesn’t carry these stones, you can get them at a beauty supply store. They use them for scraping the bottom of peoples feet to grind off the hard calluses. Check out the video and see how easy it is to remove the hair.