Duct Tape or Packing Tape
Any wide tape will do, but duct tape is the strongest. Simply roll the tape around your hand with the sticky side out until your hand is covered. Press it against the fabric and carpet to lift pet hair away.
A Vacuum Built For The Job
Sometimes the vacuum cleaner is the most efficient way, but you can make things easier if you use the right one. If the regular hose or brush isn’t picking up all the hair, use a pet hair attachment or brush attachment with rubber bristles. These use the same concept as the balloon and rubber gloves – static electricity. If you simply need more power, try the heavy-duty vacuum at your local self-serve car wash.
Brush Before Driving
Giving your dog’s coat a good brushing before they go into the car removes the loose hairs that would end up in your carpets and seats. Use the correct type of brush for your dog’s coat type so you can collect as much hair as possible.
The pet rider or seat cover keeps pet hair off your seats. It can be easily removed and washed, but be sure to remove excess hair before washing to keep it from clogging your washer or dryer.
Harness and/or Crate The Dog
Harnessing or crating your pets while in transit will limit the hair to a smaller area. It will also keep your dog safe as you travel.