Cleaning Hacks


💗Home is where my pets are 💗

Cleaning a home with pets can be a challenging task, as pets shed hair and dander, track dirt and debris into the house, and sometimes have accidents. However, with the right approach, it is possible to keep your home clean and healthy for both you and your pets.

Remember that cleaning your home with pets is an ongoing process. By staying on top of cleaning tasks and using the right tools and products, you can keep your home clean and healthy for both you and your pets.

Here are some tips for cleaning your home with pets:

Vacuum regularly

Vacuuming is the most important thing you can do to keep pet hair and dander under control. You may want to use a hepa vacuum cleaner and vacuum daily or every other day, especially if you have multiple pets or if someone in your home has allergies.

Use a lint roller

A lint roller is a great tool for quickly removing pet hair from furniture, clothing, and other surfaces. Keep one handy in every room, so you can easily remove hair as needed.

Use a Squeegee

Tired of cleaning up your pet’s or bunny’s pee accidents with toilet paper and bare hands?
Our Handheld Squeegee Mop is here to make your cleaning tasks a breeze. With a single swipe, the super absorbent sponge effortlessly removes dirt, spills, and smudges from any surface and tight spaces.
Designed with user comfort in mind, our squeegee mop is lightweight and features an ergonomic handle that provides a comfortable grip. Upgrade your cleaning routine with the Handheld Squeegee Mop today! This tool will make cleaning a joy, leaving your surfaces spotless and your environment healthier.
Each set comes with 2 sponges.

Clean up accidents immediately

If your pet has an accident, clean it up immediately using an pet safe cleaner or vinegar that is specifically designed for pet messes. This will help to eliminate odors and prevent your pet from returning to the same spot.

Groom your pet

Regular grooming can help to reduce the amount of hair and dander your pet sheds. Brush your pet’s coat regularly, and bathe them as needed using a pet-safe shampoo. 

Parasiticide for pets can also protect, control and prevent of fleas and mites. Check with your veterinarian.

"There are no bad dogs, only bad owners"

Barbara Woodhouse