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Hi,
I have a problem. I often have to transport my dog in the car, but unfortunately, the whole car is covered in hair afterward. I thought about buying mats to cover the seats, but unfortunately, I am often accompanied by children and it would be inconvenient for them. I don't have enough space in the trunk, so it's out of the question.
Do you have any finds that might help me?
 

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There are many items on the Internet that can help you. However, if you have little space in the car, the search circle becomes a little bit smaller. If your dog is small you could buy some "basket", I don't know what to call it correctly, but I've seen a lot of it on FB.
You can also try a portable vacuum cleaner for cars. I recently bought something like this and it's pretty cool. The biggest advantage is that you can clean it not only with it but also pee: D
But it depends on who likes what. I am generally a gadget fan.
I advise you to browse the internet a little longer.
 

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You can also use towels or mats on the floors and roll them up when you’re done it won’t stop it but at least will minimise.
 

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I will
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My wife insists on ordering this mat, but we'll see.
Do you remember where you bought your vacuum cleaner? I'd like to check it out.
 

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Good sock puppet effort, but no.
 
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they make seat covers that only cover half the seat as well as the whole bench, and most easily fold down for when you need more room.
 

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Alright, the two original posters on this thread registered at the same time from the same IP address and then used the pretense of one responding to the other to promote a product.

Nobody was actually looking for help or suggestions. That's why they were both banned and why it's futile to respond to them.
 
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