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By (Guest Post)
January 11, 20080 found this helpful

Hi Kerri-
go to your local pet store and ask to rent a 'Black Light'. This light will show you how many areas, although cleaned, still contain pet residue which is so hard to remove. The pet store sells specific cleaners that should take care of what you are looking for- in terms of odor.
In terms of dander, you would want to use a vacuum like Oreck or Dyson that states on it 'removes allergens' and then make sure you use a high-grade furnace filter for allergins that you can get at home depot/lowes.
Good luck!

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