How to Remove Pet Hair from Bedding(with surprisingly easy way)
Vacuuming up excess hair would be the first thing to do. There are vacuum cleaners made specifically to remove pet hair from fabrics. Dyson makes a stick vacuum called V6 Animal Cord Free Vacuum and sells on Amazon for $489.00.
Other companies like Bissell make hand held vacuums that sell for much less, $49.00 on Amazon.
You can also use a Scotch Brite lint Roller 3M, which sells on Ebay for $9.49.
rubber glove/rubber soled shoe
Pet hair may also be removed by putting a rubber glove on your hand and brushing across the bedding.
Another method would be to use a rubber soled shoe, that is if your dog didn’t chew them all. Gather the hair into a pile and discard it, or make a pillow out of it.
wash the bedding
The next step would be to wash the bedding to completely remove pet hair and dander, which is one of the most common causes of allergies. Wondered why you were sneezing, now you know!
One of the best detergents to remove pet hair from bedding is Arm and Hammer Super Washing Soda Detergent Booster and Household Cleaner, which sells at WalMart for $3.95 for 55 ounces.
This cleaner contains glycerin, which softens the fabric and allows the pet hair to fall right off the bedding easily. Arm and Hammer also makes an OxiClean to remove those tough pet stains, which sells at WalMart for $11.98 for 8.86 pounds, and makes your bedding smell good.
After the bedding is washed and the pet dander is removed, throw the wet bedding in the dryer to ensure all the hair is removed, and viola, you now have clean bedding.
Now you may want to consider buying your pet its own bed!