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Getting rid of cat hair

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lizardqueenie Tue 21-Jun-11 21:42:00

First post on this particular topic area.

Anywho I've just realised that one of my cats has made itself a little nest in a cupboard in the spare room which had a duvet stored inside. Now the duvet is covered in tons and tons of cat hair!

It wont come off with the mini-dyson hoover and its quite fiddly to do that without sucking the duvet into the nozzle- does anyone have any other ideas? I really want to take it to the launderette but feel that I should remove the cat hair first.

Thank you smile

yodelayheehoo Tue 21-Jun-11 22:04:04

Have you tried sticky tape? Or the brush attachment on regular dyson?

Cutiecat Tue 21-Jun-11 22:53:07

Lint roller?

SleepyFergus Wed 22-Jun-11 02:46:15

Lint roller defo works, you may go through a few sheets (the tear off bits I mean) though but it will get rid of most of it.

lizardqueenie Wed 22-Jun-11 07:29:48

Hi there

Unfortunately my big dyson died sad after about 11 years but I'm still mourning it. I think that a lint roller would definitely work but I wondered if there was a lazier more time effective way of doing it. Lint roller here I come!

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