An excited pet can be so happy to go on a trip that it runs from the front seat to the back. The result is your car seats are covered in loose hair. Thankfully, the combination of a balloon and static electricity could pick some of it up. And there are some less esoteric methods to get rid of dog hair in your car.

If you have seat covers inside the car, the hair issue won’t be a problem. And you may wish to put your dog inside of a pet travel crate. Doing so enhances security and has the added benefit of capturing hair. Not all the hair, however, stays trapped in the container. So, you may have to do some cleanup work.

A brush attachment on the vacuum can do a lot. And a little elbow grease with duct tape wrapped around your fingers can pick up many long and short strands.

Car ownership involves many tasks for people living in Newark, DE. At Cox Auto Group, we can take some of the burdens off your shoulders by handling both routine maintenance tasks.