5 Tips on How to Keep Your House Clean With Indoor Pets

Invest in a good vacuum cleaner

Your vacuum cleaner needs to be proficient for picking up pet hair effectively. It should have prevailing suction, work well on all surfaces and not get clogged easily by excess hair. You may want one with a good filter that is easy to empty and clean. It needs to get into all the tough-to-reach spaces, have tools for use on upholstery and, ideally, should be as quiet as possible to minimize any stress for your pet.

 

Regular Grooming is important

While it is true that no amount of grooming will completely prevent shedding for your pet, it can make a huge difference, and it also helps maintain a healthy coat and skin. As a part owner, you would always want your pet to stand out right?

 

Hair Removal Products

There are tons of other products, including lint rollers and rubber brushes, which can be useful for removing hair from upholstery, clothes and other soft furnishings.

 

Remove urine stains ASAP

Making sure that you clean up any urine or vomit stains quickly and thoroughly is essential from a hygiene perspective, to eliminate any unnecessary odors, and to minimize the risk of the pet going back again to the same spot.

           

 

Pick the right Cleaning and Air Freshening Products

Make sure your chosen cleaning products are safe to use around your furry companion. Always read the labels and do your research. Avoid strong, caustic products like bleach.