6 Ways to Prepare for Pet Messes
We love our four-legged, furry family members, but their messes are another story. Whether it's a runaway pup with muddy paws or your cat's unkempt kibble, pet messes are an everyday occurrence. Check out our six tips for managing frequent pet messes.
Spray & Play
Muddy paw prints? Random slobber? Barf? As a pet owner, you've seen it all. But our Freedom® Spray Mop can be a quick and convenient way to address the mess. With the ability to use a cleaning solution of your choice and a machine-washable microfiber pad, all you need to do is spray, wipe and you're ready to get back to playtime.
When the shedding never seems to stop, get the lint roller rolling. For pet hair that you can't seem to escape, our Lint Roller will be your new best friend. With sixty sticky sheets of pick-up power, you'll be using this for your clothes, the couch, and even your car.
Discard the Dust Bunnies
Fight those dust bunnies and their fur-ball friends! Herd hair from its hiding places with our Microfiber Dust Mop. Its microfiber fingers and swivel head helps you reach around and under furniture while holding onto dust and pet hair.
Before vacuuming your pet's favorite rug to roll around on, sweep over the area with our Precision Angle® Broom. The bristles help to lift buried pet hair to the surface, so you'll remove more hair when you vacuum.
Clean Their Cage
It's a good idea to clean out your pet's cage or crate at least once a month (more frequently depending on the animal). For those with larger animals, our Wonder® Mop is great for cleaning the plastic bottom of most crates, plus it's machine-washable. For soft-sided crates, we recommend using baking soda and one of our many scrub brushes to clean and help fight odor.
Manage the Mud
The easiest mess to clean is the one that doesn't happen. Our WonderFiberTM Cloths are great for preventing common pet messes. Keep some cloths by the door to wipe dirty paws before entering the house or place the cloth under your pet's food and water bowls to keep them from getting tracked into another room.