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Alright....Spring has sprung and time to uncover my boat for its spring shakedown.......

EEEEK!!!  My boat carpet looks like a mountain lions den!  Brown cat from stim to stern.  Some of it is in hair balls and some of it looks ground into the carpet.

Anyone have some suggestions on how I can get this "hairy" mess cleaned up?  

I'm thinking about using a gallon of nair on the boat carpet.  Can you get that size container maybe at Sam's Club?   :D

Electolisis?  oh, on the cat?  Not a bad idea!  

All "hair-brained" ideas will be appreciated.. ;D

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A pet brush with the fine steel brissels will work. The kind you would use to brush your dog or cat with. The guy a few houses down from me has a cat that seems to think the boat is his home. I know Ed uses a dog brush made by Hartz. He brushes it all to the end of the flippin' deck and pulls the chunks of. His carpet looks better than mine when he's thru.

Can't wait to see him on monday he'll never believe he's not the only one with this problem.

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I have a blond Cocker Spaniel that loves to go with me.  And the carpet collects hair.  He has long hair and it seems to weave into the fibers.  The wire pet brush works pretty good.  They also make an adheasive roller that works after you use the brush.  For cat hair it may work great.  Wide scotch or packing tape works I hooked the drive roller from an old Dirt Devel hand vack onto a wet-vac and it does a pretty good job.

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  • 5 weeks later...

Hey---cats need love too. Whats a little hair on the carpet? My Border Collie goes with me and a little hair is an easy price to pay.

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There seems to be 2 answers to this #1 Wash the rug with a l in 4 soultion of nair/water or better still bikini wax the cat

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