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The Big 3 Holiday Spills

With holiday entertaining in mind, we thought the following tips may be of interest to you.  It seems that when food and beverages are served, spills on your carpet and rugs often follow.  If you’ve dealt with the resulting spots – during or after a holiday gathering – you’re in good company.  Our top three holiday spills and cures are listed below. Spill #3 – Gravy People often ask: How does gravy get on the floor anyway? Doesn’t everyone pay attention when passing the gravy boat? Gravy somehow finds its way to your carpet and area rugs, and gravy has edged out whipped cream to make it onto...

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5 Things for Your Home and Fall To-Do List

Tips for your Fall To-Do List: You probably give your home a deep clean in the spring, but you should also show it some love at the beginning of fall. Here’s where to start: 1. Perform a pantry audit. First, remove all the cans and boxes from the shelves, and vacuum away any lingering dust or crumbs (a lot can build up in a few months!). Then, inspect each item, tossing anything that is expired or past its prime. Consult this shelf-life chart as a helpful guide and part of your fall to-do list. 2. Test smoke detectors and clean vents/ducts. You already know to put fresh batteries in...

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Fall Allergies: Simple Tips to Keep Them Out of Our Homes

Fall brings a kaleidoscope of colors, cooler temperatures and, for many of us, the onset of major allergy season. As the leaves fall and the season brings sometimes very wet weather there area few typical triggers for fall allergies. The biggest offenders are ragweed, mold and dust mites. Ragweed is a major cause of fall allergies. In most parts of the country, ragweed will continue to release pollen into November. Mold is another major cause of allergy symptoms. Piles of leaves and damp areas outside and inside the home are places where mold can quickly grow. Dust mites, eager to get out of...

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What Pets Bring Into Our Homes and Leave On Our Carpets and Rugs

We all love our pets, but do you know what they bring into your home? Saliva: A dog has at Least 20 species of bacteria in its mouth. All of these bacteria are left behind when your pet slobbers on your upholstery, rugs and carpets. Pet waste: There are 20 million fecal coliform bacteria in a single gram of pet waste – urine or feces! These bacteria remain on carpets and rugs even after you clean up the waste. Dander: An estimated 30 million Americans are allergic to animals with pet dander being the main cause! Simply vacuuming may not get rid of all of the allergens. Dirt: Studies...

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Most Rug And Carpet Dirt Is Tracked In From Outside

Here are a few tips to help keep that carpet dirt outside and off your carpet and rugs: ADD A WELCOME MAT The larger the mat the better. Something nice and thick in front of the door. If that doesn’t work, you might try a mat that says BUZZ OFF! TRY A ‘NO SHOES’ POLICY It can be tough to enforce, but once family members get used to slipping off their shoes at the door, it can make a huge difference with carpet dirt. USE JUST ONE DOOR Especially during bad weather or dusty days, you only have one area to keep clean. No matter what you do, you’ll still need to vacuum regularly. Have your...

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