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Tips For Keeping Area Rugs Clean

Jan 16 ,2017

If you have a new rug, or a special handmade rug that you are worried about because it’s either in a high traffic area, or you have kids, or a dog, or any combination of the three, there are some things you can do to ensure that the rug is looking as spotless as possible, for as long as possible. Below are some important tips for keeping your rug clean. Vacuum Regularly While experts differ on just how often you should be vacuuming your rug (some say everyday), if you make an effort to take the vacuum to your rug once a week, or once every two weeks, depending on how much action it sees, you will be going a…

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8 Carpet DIY Cleaners

Oct 10 ,2016

There are lots of commercial carpet cleaners available, but for various reasons (such as economic or environmental), some people would rather use products that are more readily available around the house. For those who are into DIY cleaning, there are lots of options as well. In fact, you might be surprised at some of the things that can be employed as cleaning agents (even if that wasn’t their intended use). Vinegar White vinegar is one of the favourites for DIY cleaning. It can tackle tough stains and has deodorizing properties. Because of its potency, you should always dilute it with water and apply it as a spray. It is generally safe on most fabrics, but always check the label to…

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How To Remove Soot Stains From Your Carpet

Aug 15 ,2016

Soot is a black powdery substance that consists of amorphous carbon. It is produced after a fire, and if you have a fireplace in your home, you have probably already dealt with soot on numerous occasions. Sure the fire keeps you warm and toasty, but what happens when soot gets on your carpets? Soot can stain carpets; however, if you find yourself with a sooty mess, don’t fret. Pause before you get out that soap and water and start scrubbing—you’ll just make it worse! Instead, follow these four steps to remove soot stains from your carpet, for good. You will need: Baking soda or cornstarch. Dry cleaning solvent. (You can purchase this at most pharmacies and big box stores.) Clean,…

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