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Published: 08th July 2015 04:28 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th July 2015 04:28 AM   |  A+A-

Cleanliness

Having a pet at home is like having a small child. No matter how many times you remove those urine stains or spend time keeping the house clean and organised, your furry friend always finds a way to mess it up. Here are some tips that you can follow

Pet hair: One way to stop your pet from shedding hair all over the house is to brush him regularly. Use a sponge to pick up the hair; you will be surprised how the sponge attracts hair like a magnet. You can also use an electrostatic or microfiber dry mop to clean up. Do not use a vacuum cleaner as the hair may end up clogging the motor.

Stain and odour removal: It’s important to clean and deodorise stool or urine stains. Such stains eventually fade away but the germs remain and can cause health issues. You can clean up such spots by using some homemade cleaning products.

Vinegar and baking soda spray: Vinegar is nature’s miracle cleaning agent. It can remove almost every type of stain from any surface. Baking soda is a natural deodorant. Take equal proportions of white vinegar and water and add four spoons of baking soda to it. Fill this solution in a spray bottle. Now spray on the stained surface and rub with a piece of clean cloth.

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