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There are a lot of reasons that hair wont hold dye. One is what conditioner you are using before the dye. Some conditioners have silicon in them and coat the hair to the point that it wont allow any dye to penetrate. Another is the brand of dye, some dye is better than others, third is your hair type, this can be checked by a professional but some hair types respond to dye better than others and you have to keep trying to find a brand that works best for you,
I brush my own dog once a week and I got a short hair breed
(American foxhound). Brushing
loosens dirt and helps to keep the coat shiny and tangle-free. The brushing
process also allows you to bond with your dog better.
My favorite grooming tool is the mitt. It is a glove that you wear and swipe alongyour dog's coat. It is good for allkinds of dogs, big, small, and even smooth or wire haired. It is rubber so it collects stray hairswithout scratching your dog. Dependingon how much hair it collects, they tend to stay on the mitt and not to falloff.
Not very easily.. if it is not coated with a lacquer or polyurethane clear coat, you can buff it like paint. If it has a 'texture' or appears to be brushed or matte, then you have to try to match the pattern, or change the entire door appearance.. steel wool is good to do the brushed look with.. I'd use 0000 (4 O or 4 ought) I'd contact the mfg if it is a matte finish or lacquered.
and no, SS is not very magnetic try a small magnet against it..probably wont work..
You mentioned pet hair. Remove the brush cover and check for a plug (possibly pet hair). Sounds as though you have a plug somewhere and it's not allow the suction to pull it through. Also check your filter and clean or replace as necessary. Hint; Never let you container get over half full, it reduces the suction.
Sounds like there is a clog near where the hose conects to the lower brush part.. Try to look up in there.. Under the brush there should be an opening that goes into the hose.. There might be a clog there..