If you have dogs, you know how frustrating it can be to let them in the house after a rainy or snowy day. Your dogs leave dirty paw prints all over the floor anytime it’s wet out! Instead of having to clean the floor constantly, here are a few tips you can use to keep your floors clean from those dirty paw prints.
Use a Rug
If you use the same door to let your dogs in and out every time, invest in a good rug to place at this entrance. That way, when your dogs come in to the house, you can have them stop on this rug to clean their paws. This will also help catch any dirt or leaves they might track in. It will also help reduce dirty paw prints being tracked throughout your home.
Use The Paw Wash
Once your dog is inside sitting on the rug, you should try using the Paw Wash. It comes in two sizes so that you can match the best size to how large or small your dog is. You simply fill it up with water and a little bit of soap. Then, you can dip your dog’s paw into the container, leaving your dog’s paw squeaky clean. The brushless design also helps remove excess water from your dog’s paws.
Use the The Paw Wash Mitt
After using the Paw Wash, you can follow up with the Paw Wash Mitt. This microfiber cloth helps remove the rest of the water from your dog’s paws. This will ensure that they’re dry when they start walking across your floor. This final step is sure to help prevent dirty paw prints from being tracked throughout your home.
About The Paw Wash
As a young 6th grader, Katie Mulich invented a product to keep her dog, Sadie, paws clean for her science fair project. It was Katie’s daily chore of cleaning Sadie’s dirty paws and one day she decided enough with the hoses, buckets and towels! The Paw Wash was born out of PVC pipe she found in her barn!