For many of us, dogs are much more than just a pet. They are part of our family, and we love taking them with us to different activities. When your furry friend rides in your car, it will leave hair on the seats, floor, and other areas of your vehicle. For this reason, we want to provide three useful steps to clean your car after going for a ride with your dog.
Steps to Remove Dog Hair from Your Vehicle
First Step: Go for the Easy-to-Reach Areas
The very first thing you need to do is to remove the dog hair from the easy-to-reach areas. That way, when you proceed to step two, the hair that was on the seat of your car or the trunk won’t fall to the hardest-to-reach places. The fastest way to do it is by blowing the hair out with an air compressor and then vacuuming the surface to remove the hair that is stuck to it.
Second Step: Go for the Hard-to-Reach Areas
For the hardest-to-reach parts of your car, a handy tool is a pet brush given its ability to reach difficult areas and the effectiveness in removing dog hair without damaging the car’s surface and components. For this step, it is also necessary to vacuum after you finish with the brushing to make sure that all of the hair will be removed.
Third Step: Clean as Usual
Once you have finished completely removing all the hair on the inside, it is time to clean all the other components of your vehicle as you normally do. Always make sure to use specialized products to avoid damaging any part. We strongly advise that you bring your vehicle to our auto detailing and express car wash to let the real pros take care of your car cleaning and detailing needs.