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  • G.j. Louie

    Rubber glove used to remove pet hair. Many more cleaning tips!

  • Sherry From The City Cottage

    Rubber glove used to remove pet hair from Real Simple

  • Heather Kuchera

    Rubber Glove as Pet Hair Remover Put on a damp rubber dishwashing glove and run your hand over hair-covered upholstery—the hair will cling to the glove, not the sofa. Rinse off the glove in the sink (with the drain catcher in place, of course). TONS of other household tips.

  • SamiSi

    Dampen a rubber glove and run it over your furniture to get long dog hair removed. | 25 Brilliant Lifehacks That Every Dog Owner Should Know This could be use for cats' hair too

  • Celeste Cahill

    Rubber glove used to remove pet hair and lots of cleaning ideas

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