Sigmund

What is the best way to clean slober from walls?

I slober a lot, especially on the walls. I have tried Magic Eraser. Is there anything else that would work?


Asked by Sigmund on Dec 7th 2007 in The Dogster Website
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Gray Dawn Treader

St. Bernards are known for slobbering excessivley. I don't see why just a regular towel can't be used.
To keep you from slobbering on things, why not get your human to get you a big bandana to catch the slobber?


Gray Dawn Treader answered on 12/7/07. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer


Abby

Are you living in a house that you own or another place that would let you paint the walls? I've found that painting your walls with a semi-gloss paint rather than matte paint is a huge help in keeping them clean - not just from dog slobber but in general. Semi-gloss paint can be easily wiped things don't end up "staining" the wall.


Abby answered on 12/8/07. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer


megan

megan my rottie slavers loads too just warm water and washing up liquid brings ur walls up fine it works everytime for us x


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Flynn

With three bulldogs we have the same problem. I have found warm water and Mr. Clean takes most of it off and for the really tough slober I spray on Fantastic. I hope this helps.


Flynn answered on 12/11/07. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer