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Throw a dish sponge in the washing machine: the magic trick that solves a common problem

Being a pet owner often means accepting that pet hair is a part of your daily life. Whether it’s a cat lounging on your favorite chair or a dog napping on your rug, those furry companions leave their mark in more ways than one. However, when your freshly laundered clothes come out of the washing machine with stubborn pet hair clinging to them, that’s when the real challenge begins.
But don’t worry! We have a few tricks up our sleeve that will help you ensure that your washing machine and your clothes remain pet hair-free.

  1. The Dish Sponge Technique

One might wonder what a dish sponge is doing in a laundry room, but trust us on this. To help capture those pesky pet hairs:
Insert a new dish sponge, especially one with an abrasive side, into the drum during a wash cycle.
Once the cycle is done, you’ll find most of the hair attached to the sponge, particularly the rough side.

  1. The White Vinegar Solution

White vinegar isn’t just for salads; it’s a versatile household helper.

To rid your clothes of pet hair, add approximately 120 ml of white vinegar to the softener compartment of your washing machine.

The acetic acid in the vinegar works wonders, ensuring your garments emerge hair-free.

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