Owning a dog means having pet hair. Pet hair can get everywhere and the trusty hand-held hoover and a large collection of lint rollers will soon become your best friends for removing from you sofa, cushions and skirting boards. But how do you get rid of the stubborn pet hair that sticks to your dog beds and blankets? I tried hovering off but there was so much it was taking me ages so I needed to fond a new solution quick!
On one of my trips to Pets at Home with Hetty I found the Vamoosh hair dissolver. I had never heard of the product before but I knew I had to try it. I purchased a small sample packet and was so impressed I went back the next day and brought a lot more.
Vamoosh Pet Hair Dissolver’s unique patent pending formula is added to normal detergent in order to dissolve pet hair in the washing machine, meaning that pet hair (which is notoriously difficult to get rid of) completely washes away during the washing cycle, leaving pet bedding and washing machines hair-free and hygienically clean. It also eliminates deep down odours and is perfectly safe for your whole family.
1) Pour the contents of one sachet of Vamoosh directly into your washing machine drum. (For larger loads, we recommend using two sachets of Vamoosh).
2) Add your usual detergent (plus fabric softener if you wish to maintain softness)
3) Add your pet bedding, taking care not to overload the machine with too much bedding at one time.
4) Run the longest, hottest cycle (85/95 degrees). At the end of the cycle, dry the bedding as usual.
Vamoosh is environmentally friendly and safe for all of the family with no chemical residues. Vamoosh dissolves pet hair using active oxygen and is chlorine bleach free. No harmful substances are released into the environment when using our product.
Vamoosh has honestly made my life with Hetty easier, her bedding comes out of the washing machine smelling great and without a hair in sight and best of all there is no hair left inside my washing machine so there is no need for me to run another cycle.
If you are concerned about having a dog and worrying about no longer having a clean home then please know that the joy a dog brings to the family out weighs the little mess they do bring. My house still smells amazing and is still spotless.