The Only Holiday Cleaning Checklist You Need

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It’s that time of year! Candelabras lit, fat men stuck in chimneys, the countdown to a new year. The holiday season is always busy, and usually full of family and friends. It could very well be that you’re hosting a party or opening your home to extended family. Which can …

How to Care for An Area Rug

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The oldest rug dates back to the 5th century B.C. It may be threadbare with moth-eaten edges, but it’s survived over two thousand years. Rugs are meant to last—and they can last a very long time with proper care and maintenance. That being said, most people don’t know the details …

Types of Upholstery Fabric

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Types of Upholstery Fabric When it came to cleaning, Wilma Flintstone had it so easy. Furniture carved out of rocks doesn’t take much upkeep. It probably wasn’t very expensive either. However, most of us are willing to trade convenience for comfort, or at least strike a balance. When shopping for …

Best Types of Carpet for Every Space in a Home

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There’s an overwhelming number of options when it comes to carpet. At first it seems as simple as picking out a color that looks good in your home, but once you start exploring the market, the sheer variety can send you reeling. Here are some straightforward ideas on choosing the …

Teach Kids Cleaning!

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Kids are excellent at making messes. They’re less excellent at tidying up. Which is why it can be a pain in the rear to teach kids cleaning skills. While it may not come as naturally to them, teaching kids to clean pays off; for you and whatever communities they become …

10 Tips to Combat Summer Allergies

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Pollen and dander and dust, oh my! While May’s flowers have passed, allergies still abound during the summer; the spring allergies that kick up toward the end of winter don’t taper off until early summer. By the time it’s hot and humid, a new wave of plants and trees have …