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I can get it off of the seats (with effort).

But getting it off of the underfoot carpet? -- man! that's tough !!

Any suggestions?

I want to sell my '98 Chev Astro van and want it to look nice.
 

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I use a shop vac to get the hair out of mine. Good luck.
 

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Waterway, once a month.

With a big tip and profuse thanks to the guys that have to spend 45 minutes on my car.
 

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Two things I do to rid stubborn dog hair.

A large peice of sticky tape. Very time consumming, but works.
or I put on rubber gloves and drag them across the carpet. Works well.

 

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Nothing works well on my car. I do use the zoom groom on the seat. That works to some extent, but nothing will get it all out. Our local carwash HATES to see me coming.
 

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We have an Eastern European Labour influx and they all man the hand car valet.

I get mine washed polished hoovered for $20 - they do a superb job.

I made it easier for them by buying some fitted rubber mats so that the hair only sticks around the edges.

I gave up a long time ago trying to clean the estate trunk where the dogs go when they are wet !
 

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Hi Bob,
I use a flat square scouring pad, it works great on carpet, furniture, and clothes. I found that tip in a magazine and tried it. I posted the tip a while ago, I'll try to find it for you.
 
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