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furless car?!

poodletalk
August 11th, 2007, 03:51 PM
No matter how hard I try, my jeep is always covered in fur. I bought the largest slip covers for the backseats for my jeep and it still didn't fit. I put blankets on the backseats still the seats and the carpeting gets covered in fur.

I just spent over an hour washing and vacumming the back of my car and there's still fur.

Besides not allowing animals in your car, how do you keep your car furless?

Schwinn
August 11th, 2007, 08:30 PM
Shalacking your pet?

Seriously, the only way I know is seat covers. The Tribute has leather seats, but the Mazda5, the only thing that works is either seatcovers, or don't let her on the seats. I've put a plastic mat down in the back, and that's where Daisy sits. Of course, we have baby seats in the back seats, so there is that. The only other thing you could do is cover your seats in blankets, and staple them to the seats, or use carpet tape. Other than that, you're pretty much stuck, I'm afraid. My truck had hair embedded in the seats that never came out, so the only other advice is make sure you buy a vehicle with seats similar in colour to your dog.