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I think a lot of us have pets we transport in our cars. I have two Corgis and they shed 24/7. Being the smallest of the working dogs they have that double coat and it gets everywhere. I found a squeegee type tool that really does a good job getting the hair that weaves its way into the fabric.

It's called a Lilly Brush (appropatly enough one of my dog's name is Lily)

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I have to say it works really well so I thought I'd pass the info on. I was using this other squeegee, pictured. It works okay but the Lilly brush does a better job. Every once in a while I wipe the rubber down with some rubbing alcohol and it helps clean it to keep it working well.

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My dogs have never been in my Impreza yet there's dog hair and there. I have a full hammock for the back when the dogs ride in there but it's still manages to get on the seats.
 

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I have two dogs, a cat and a ferret. Pet hair is a way of life in our house :) The only thing it won't stick to is my bald spot :(
 

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I'm fairly certain I've posted about Lilly brush in the past. Ours is about 3 years old now and still hasn't really worn down. We also use a "Chom Chom Roller" and have been pretty satisfied with both products.
 

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I think a lot of us have pets we transport in our cars. I have two Corgis and they shed 24/7. Being the smallest of the working dogs they have that double coat and it gets everywhere. I found a squeegee type tool that really does a good job getting the hair that weaves its way into the fabric.

It's called a Lilly Brush (appropatly enough one of my dog's name is Lily)

>>Click Link<<

I have to say it works really well so I thought I'd pass the info on. I was using this other squeegee, pictured. It works okay but the Lilly brush does a better job. Every once in a while I wipe the rubber down with some rubbing alcohol and it helps clean it to keep it working well.

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Mine arrived today, and here's my concise review:

It works great! Better than anything else I've tried so far.

Thanks again, @peaty!
 

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Best thing I've come across for dog hair on upholstery is moon rocks. They're usually found in the woman's skin care section at the drug store.

I'm sure there are a few videos online about them if you look.

I have the leather package in the Crosstrek so no need anymore - but I used to do my entire truck with them when I had it. It's crazy how well they work.
 

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Accept that dog hair, in/on every aspect of your life, should be as natural as breathing. 馃惗馃悤 馃惄

The interior of my Crosstrek is canine hirsute. Plus it often has the chunky remnants of motion-sickness barf. And my dog's favorite bed has a distinct, humanoid scent.

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