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What To Know Before Refinishing Hardwood Floors

January 23, 2017

By refinishing your hardwood floors you are removing years of wear and tear that would otherwise be there for life. With things like scuff marks from shoes, scratches from the dog, and spills, your hardwood definitely takes a beating over the years. As tough as many are designed to be, they are not invincible, and with enough abuse will begin to look like they’ve seen a war. If you are planning on refinishing your hardwood, below are some things to know before you begin. Choose Your Flooring Expert with Care Getting the right company and the right crew for the job should be your first step. You don’t want a crew full of people who are just learning how to…

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Tips For Keeping Area Rugs Clean

January 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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5 Foods That Double As Cleaning Products

January 9, 2017

Not only are off the shelf cleaning products expensive, they are also harmful to the environment. When you flush caustic, toxic cleaning agents down the toilet, or rinse them down the sink, you are invariably sending some of these chemicals back out into the environment. Save yourself money and save the environment by utilizing the above five foods that double as cleaning agents. Rhubarb While the taste of rhubarb certainly isn’t for everyone, everyone can agree their leaves make great cleaning agents. By using rhubarb leaves on pots and pans, you can easily get rid of stubborn burn marks that seem like they are destined to be there forever. You can also boil some leaves in water and let it…

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