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vacuum, vacuum, vacuum. ive got one of those hand help power brush attachments on mine. its the best way to get the fur out that ive found. but to keep the fur out, i like to wrap the seats with a bed sheet when the dogs are gona go for a ride. best way to get it out is if it was never there at all.
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I put seatcovers on mine for that very reason. You can also buy a seat towel you hook over the headrest that works pretty well. I believe that Quadratec and All things Jeep both sell them and they're pretty cheap.
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If you have latex or simular gloves for working on your Jeep, they also work great to use for pet hair. Just put the glove on and pull the hair where you want it. Takes a little bit of time, but works great.
If you want to keep dog hair out of your fabric, cover it.
My son uses a furniture blanket in the back of his Camry (they're cheap at HF)
I personally don't care if I have pet hair in my Jeep. Back seat's out, carpet will be coming out this spring, and my dog isn't gonna ride on my lap with the top & doors off, she sits on the floorboard and stares at me lol!
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Diluted laundry fabric softener in a spray bottle. Spray the seats, carpet, whatever cloth with dog hair, wait a few and vacuum.
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I keep a couple big moving blankets in the jeep, they're great.