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February 2011 Issue

Tackling Cat Hair and Pet Odor

The best defense is a good offense. Hereís why.

The best strategy to minimize a pet hair problem in your home is to remove loose hair from your catís coat before it hits the floor. And ironically, shorthaired cats often shed more than longhaired cats. Of course, you canít possibly catch all pet hair before it falls out. So when it does make its inevitable landfall, the following are ways to pick up pet hair as easily and thoroughly as possible. Tackling Upholstery.Vacuuming is the first approach to removing cat hair from upholstery; however, if your vacuum isnít removing enough hair, you can try one of several other approaches.

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