Besides washing it what is the easiest way to get alot of dog hair off a bedsheet?

Here’s how to remove dog fur from bed sheets and a comforter:

A Sticky Solution
A lint roller -- the type with sticky paper sheets that peel away and are typically used on clothing -- works wonders on dog fur stuck on your favorite comforter or blanket. Rub the roller over the bedding to remove fur in a pinch. If you don't have lint roller, packing tape wrapped around your hand, sticky-side out, serves the same purpose.
Rubber Glove Remedy
A rubber glove also removes dog hair from blankets and comforters. Put on a rubber glove and rub it across the fur-laden bedding. The rubber makes the fur ball up, which makes it easier to grab and discard. A rubber squeegee or rubber pet hair removal tool works in much the same manner.
Manage With Moisture
Shake a comforter outdoors to release as much of the hair as possible, or vacuum it and the sheets with a brush attachment. Wipe a damp sponge over the comforter to bunch up any fur that still remains. Wipe the sponge over the sheet afterwards. When your comforter is freshly washed and fur-free, place another pet-friendly blanket at the foot of the bed over it if the dog enjoys curling up on the bed when you're not around. Encourage the dog to stay on his blanket rather than on the comforter.

If you live in a pet-friendly household, you know how fun, funny and endearing a pet can be to have around. Developing a close bond with a cat or dog can help reduce your blood pressure and give you a more positive outlook on life, too.

It isn't all romps in the park and peekaboo games with the catnip mouse, though. With all that unflagging devotion and unqualified acceptance comes lots of pet hair. Why, oh why does your favorite fur ball have to shed so darned much, anyway? Isn't life tough enough just making sure he eats a balanced diet and gets his shots on time?

When the dust bunnies under your couch start to look furry enough to warrant a call to the exterminator, here are some suggestions that will make it easier to control pet hair and breathe a sigh of relief -- without the risk of coughing up a hairball.

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