The life of a freelance writer is interesting. Your assignments can vary and cover an interesting variety of topics. You learn a vast amount of new information as you research and write. I seldom turn down a job offer, even if I am not particularly knowledgeable on the subject. Many articles I need for online clients are technological and about digital marketing. Everyone wants to make the most from being on the internet and they want learn how to share their voice with a wider audience. I try to state the facts and keep my opinion to myself so the article has a fair chance. Ideas about marketing abound and are fairly conventional. We all know about the power of a website and the importance of social media. When I write, I try to give the material a different twist. Most of the time it is pretty straight forward. We have covered social media to death, but that’s because anyone doing marketing knows its value.
Other projects are off the wall and are for mere speculation. I was hired to investigate different types of vacuums specifically designed for pets for a site called Pet Hair Clean Up. I am going to delve right into this strange proposition. Frankly, however, most of these appliances are for normal cleaning. Pet hair is a nuisance and most vacuum cleaners should have enough power to suck it up. It doesn’t always work the way you want it, so I will look into models that are geared for owners with shedding animals. It can be thick and can stick to surfaces like sofa fabric and wood floors. You need a machine that can convert its brush attachment easily. Low-powered devices are not in demand. They are for minor evidence of tracked in dirt for example. If a pet were that bad, why not leave it outside unless it doesn’t go well with the outdoors?
People who are allergic to pets really need a special vacuum or they have to work awfully hard to make the conventional type work properly. In looking into a possible solution, I found a unique invention that uses a kind of adhesive fluid to grab pet hair. A brush might just move it around to a new place. Fluid (not water, but something more functional) can coat the suction tool and render the pet hair removable because of its special properties. Maybe it is like ion bonding or electrostatic attraction. I will let you know. The information is sparse and the concept is unique. But I think I have stumbled upon a real solution to something many of us experience.
There may well be a time when you can leave your pet indoors and still have a hair-free environment. The fluid for this new vacuum comes in several scents that are said to be mood enhancing for dogs and cats. The scents calm your little devil and encourage it to sleep through the night. Anyone who has been awakened by a frisky pet at four in the morning knows why this is of value.