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    has anyone used one of these, & are they any good ? I normally use packing tape!

    http://www.elitecarcare.co.uk/produc...697c53dfd21279

    http://www.autobritedirect.co.uk/sho...roducts_id=358

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    Packing tape is the way forward, especially with jack russle hairs.....

    *looks at dog sitting by me*

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    Is it dog hair? Packaging tape works. They are both OK, the last one in the link you can get for £5.99 delivered. I prefer the Prufit one.

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    A chamois leather also works well. Wring it out really well so it's just damp then wipe the upholstery with it, that pulls the fur out of the weave and rolls it up into large clumps which are easily picked or hoovered off.

    Consider leather seats when you next change the car........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freefaller View Post
    A chamois leather also works well. Wring it out really well so it's just damp then wipe the upholstery with it, that pulls the fur out of the weave and rolls it up into large clumps which are easily picked or hoovered off.
    goo idea mate ill try that next time

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    Consider leather seats when you next change the car........

    had that before on my old car, good for that but sticky in the summer

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    or a seat cover and rubber mats.

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