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Hair on the Top

So idk about anyone else, but i get hair on the top of my car. I was going to clean and seal it and was wondering a good way to get it off. I found that using a Sticky buddy(as seen on tv product) is EXCELLENT. Reusable to boot. A lint roller would also work. What does everyone else use?
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I have used a lint roller since I got the car they work great

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For some of us, having hair on top is a good thing.....

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When the top is dry, I've actually had good luck with just a soft brush. But I still have the lint roller ready to go just in case. Cat hair seems to almost weave itself into the fabric...

And I agree, I could definitely use more hair on top myself....
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For some of us, having hair on top is a good thing.....
Amen!
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Well, I know for a fact that moth balls keeps rodents and pets away from anything! So, moth balls is the answer!
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Well, I know for a fact that moth balls keeps rodents and pets away from anything! So, moth balls is the answer!
Haha, i am pretty sure the source is my clothes! Both of my cats are indoor cats and like to be held haha. Which is why i have the sticky buddy in the first place. It works fantastic!
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Well, I know for a fact that moth balls keeps rodents and pets away from anything! So, moth balls is the answer!
But they are so little, how many do you have to catch?
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