Detail Pro – Removing Pet Hair From Your Car With the Stone or the Brush

Detail Pro – Removing Pet Hair From Your Car With the Stone or the Brush


Hey everyone Ryan here from Detail
Pro again, today I’m going to show you two ways to remove pet hair from your
vehicle. The brush method and the stone method so stay tuned to learn how you
too can detail like a pro. Hey there again everyone so today we got
this F150 in the shop today and it is just loaded with pet hair, so I figured it’d be great time to shoot a video and show you guys the two different methods that the
pros use for removing the pet hair. So first of all what I’m sure everybody is
used to is the pet hair brush the rubber brush with the stiff handle the rubber
brissles here and then the scraper on the back. And then the newest method that we have is the pet hair stone so the we’re going to tackle this little area right here with both
methods so you could see which one works better and which method you might like
using. So first we’ll start with the brush and get this area now either method is made
not necessarily to remove it but to put in a clump so that it’s easier for you
to vacuum up. As you can see here with the rubber one we’re going over a couple
times but it still leaving some residual pet hair behind. We’ve got a decent amount on the brush but there is still a decent amount left here so we’re gonna
go back the other direction hit it this way and then vacuum up that part. So the rubber brush did a pretty good
job but I did have to vacuum for a little bit longer than I would like to
have had to remove all the hair so let’s grab the stone and I’m going to get from
here to here with the stone and see what the difference is. Look at all the pet hair this stone grabbed now just take our vacuum and vacuum it up it loosened up everything in here we’ll vacuum that up and we should be good to go. So there you have it the brush method
and the stone method you could choose which meathod is best for you. Please
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