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Hair on clothes

What do you use to remove the pet hair from your clothing?
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I burn my clothes and buy new ones, thats the only way.
Hehe, just kidding. I have no idea either. My Golden doesn't lose much hair yet, but my Pug leaves his whole silhuete of hair on the ground where he sleeps...

I have no idea of how to remove their hair from my clothes :/

If someone knows how to remove their hair from my car's seat I would be VERY interest in that too.

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I use lint rollers, the 3M Scotch brand, ones work the best.
With four dogs I think I have 'tested' them all.

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wait, what?
You mean I'm not supposed to have hair on my clothes?
I've been doing it all wrong!

Honestly, learn to live with it - if it bothers you, don't wear dark colors. And invest in a good lint roller
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Wait,,,is the hair only on your clothes?

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I gave up long ago. I have heard of people carrying their work clothes into their car and changing in their car.

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I gave up long ago. I have heard of people carrying their work clothes into their car and changing in their car.
That's funny! I haven't gotten my puppy yet but I have a cat that gives me practice. He's got a double coat the same color as a golden. I've actually bought furniture and comforters etc that are similar in color. I used to have him and a black cat, I could never win!

I hate the new HE water saving washing machines, pet hair became much worse when I gave up the old tub style and got a new HE.
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I buy the five packs of 3M lint rollers at Costco. Can never have too many lint rollers when you own a Golden. It seems worse in the fall & winter when the air is dry and there's lots of static electricity. For the back seat of the car I broke down and got a quilted seat cover that covers the whole back seat and insisted on leather rather than fabric seats when replacing the car.

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Don't wear dark colors or fleece and keep lint rollers everywhere! Grey is a very good color to disguise fur. I also buy the big pack of lint rollers at Costco.
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I have learned to value the colour beige, either by itself or in combination with gold/brown. About as fashionable as a penny farthing bicycle, but the only way I look half-way presentable. Cars, like carpets, are a whole different ball game!
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