Gregr's Life Hax: How to get pet hair off your clothes in seconds

November 9, 2016

Supported by Xfinity:

If you're like me and have a walking ball of fur (or many) at home, you probably have clumps of hair all over your clothes, carpet and everything forever! You can use a lint roller to get most of it off, sure, but what if I told you there was a cheaper, more efficient way to clean all that pet hair off your clothes?

Let me explain using just a rubber glove, my wife's hat, and about 18 pounds of fat cat named Peanut!

What you'll need:

  1. Rubber glove (kitchen gloves or surgical gloves work great)
  2. Hair-covered clothes!


1. Check out this ultra hairy hat my wife likes to wear! It's inevitable when you have cats. Trust me.

2. Take your trusty rubber glove and put it on! I used a classic kitchen glove, but I have heard surgical gloves work a lot better. This did great for me, though.


3. Holding down part of the garment with your non-gloved hand, use one or two fingers and start brushing the garment toward the edges with your gloved hand. Do repeated strokes and you'll notice the hair start to come up.

Check this out!

4. After a few minutes, you'll have almost the entire thing clean! This hat only took two minutes. 



That's it!

Super easy and super fast. I use this Life Hack all the time and it saves me a TON of money on lint rollers.

Follow The End
Follow Gregr

Gregr’s Life Hax are supported by XFINITY X1.

Say it and see it with the X1 Voice Remote; Easily search across live TV, XFINITY On Demand and your DVR; and get personalized recommendations based on what you watch most.    

XFINITY X1 will change the way you experience TV.
- - - - - -

Have a life hack you want to be featured on Gregr's Life Hax? Submit it below: