Pets offer the most unconditional love we could ask for, but they also make a giant mess (most of the time). And they can’t help it either! From shedding fur to having accidents indoors, our pets can wreak havoc on our furniture and our floors. Don’t panic – instead of getting frustrated with your furry friend, take the opportunity to learn how you can keep your home fur and urine free:
Pet hair is noticeable and has a dirty odor. By vacuuming on a weekly basis, you can eliminate the majority of fur and hair and sticks to your furry floors.
Sweep Floors DailyGot a Swiffer at home? If not, now is the time to get one! Hardwood might seem like the best option for pet owners, but if you don’t care for them, pet hair will naturally fly everywhere. So do a quick sweeping job once a day to eliminate hair (and even dirt stains from outside).
Groom Your Pet
Keep your cat or dog clean by doing more than trimming their nails. Give them a friendly bath to eliminate dirt and shedding fur. Your furniture and rugs will last longer if they don’t need to be washed as often and your pets aren’t exposing them to dirt, hair, and odor on the daily. Don’t forget to use a tear-free shampoo!
Establish a Clean Up Area
Picture this: your pet goes outside to “do business”, kicks some dirt up, rolls around, and comes running back into the house. Now imagine how much dirt your furry friend is trailing behind. Before you let them into main areas of the house, clean off their paws and using a wipe at the door (and lay out a mat). You’ll eliminate most of the dirt without it coming inside your home.
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At Triple S, we offer several cleaning services to restore your carpets, drapes, and upholstery once more! We are a family owned business with over 50 years of experience and are here to help you keep your home looking and feeling Clean, Fresh, & Bright no matter how messy your furry friends might be!
Triple S has three main plant locations:
Norwalk Plant | 337 Westport Avenue
Stratford Plant | 1800 Stratford Avenue