As much as you love your pet, you probably don't like it when hair gets into your car. Brushing your dog before travel time could curtail some hair woes. The addition of a seat cover and a travel case for the dog or cat help, as well.

Preventive steps don't always work, so it's time to clean out the hair from inside the car. A car vacuum with a bristle brush should remove a great deal of hair. You might need to use duct tape to "grab" stubborn, remaining hair. The vacuum doesn't always get everything.

Did you know that a balloon with static electricity can pull the hair off the seats? That's one lesser-known option. Slightly dampening the seats and running a rubber glove hand across them is another. These methods can be helpful when there's no tape available.

At Jefferson Auto, there are many ways our service department can take care of your car. Schedule an appointment in Washington, PA today.