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1. Establish pet-friendly zones: Designate specific areas in your home where your pets are allowed. This can help contain messes and make cleaning more manageable.

2. Regular grooming: Frequent brushing and bathing of your pets can significantly reduce shedding and dander in your home. This will help keep your floors and furniture cleaner.

3. Vacuum regularly: Invest in a good quality vacuum cleaner designed for pet hair and make vacuuming a routine task. Pay special attention to areas where your pets spend the most time.

4. Use pet-friendly cleaning products: When cleaning up after your pets, make sure to use cleaning products that are safe for them. Avoid using harsh chemicals that could be harmful to their health.

5. Protect your furniture: Consider using washable, pet-friendly covers or throws on your furniture to protect them from pet hair, drool, or accidents. This way, you can easily remove and clean them as needed.

6. Clean up accidents promptly: Accidents happen, especially during the training phase. Clean up any messes promptly using pet-specific stain and odor removers to prevent lingering smells and stains.

7. Regularly wash pet bedding: Your pet's bedding can accumulate dirt, hair, and odor over time. Wash it regularly to keep it fresh and clean. Opt for a pet-safe detergent.

8. Keep litter boxes clean: If you have cats, be sure to scoop their litter boxes daily and change the litter regularly. This will help minimize odors and keep your home smelling fresh.

9. Wipe paws before entering: Place a doormat and keep a towel handy near the entrance for wiping your pets' feet when they come indoors. This can help prevent dirt and mud from spreading throughout your home.

10. Stay on top of regular house cleaning: In addition to pet-specific cleaning tasks, maintain a normal cleaning routine for your entire home. Dusting, mopping, and wiping surfaces will help keep your home clean and free from allergens.

Remember, clean home with pets is all about consistency and incorporating these practices into your daily routine. By following these tips, you'll be on your way to maintaining a clean and pet-friendly living space!

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