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How to Avoid Tracking Dirt into the House

What’s the best kind of dirt? The sort that never enters your house in the first place. That’s dirt in its proper place – dirt that you don’t have to clean up. One of the best ways to streamline your cleaning routine is to cut the mess off at the source. So here’s lots of advice on how to stop dirt in its tracks: Put out a welcome mat: Place a nice thick mat at every door; the bigger the better. This includes the door from the garage and the back door coming in from the back yard, not just the front door. Make sure that everyone knows that they need to use the mat to wipe their feet before...

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How to Clean Out a Bagless Vacuum

It is kind of unsettling to see that all that dirt was in your carpet. When your vacuum looks full to the brim, it’s time to clean it out and here’s how to tackle it. – Remove the canister and empty the contents into the trash. – Take the canister apart, remove any stubborn dirt/fluff and rinse in warm water. – Check your filters and clean as needed. Some are washable so just rinse in warm water until the water runs clear, squeeze out the excess and let it air dry. (Check your manual for instructions on how to care for your filter.) – Check hoses for blockage. There...

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Do you know what your pet is leaving behind on your 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 or rugs. Pet waste: There are 20 million fecal coliform bacteria in a single gram of pet waste – urine or feces! These bacteria remain on 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 show that dirt carries...

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Helpful Tips to Keep Rugs Clean

How can you keep your rugs and carpets clean when every time your door opens the deluge of wet and dirt wants to sneak in – in children’s shoes, on pets’ paws, on the feet of guests, and so on?! Here are some handy tips to help keep your rugs clean(er): – Ban shoes in the house, or buy each family member a few pairs of house-shoes to change into. Set up a shoe rack at each entry, so shoes can be immediately taken off. Pick up some extra pairs in various sizes for guests, and hang a sign asking them politely to divest themselves of footwear before entering the main area of your home....

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Did you spill clear liquid on your rug?

Did you spill a clear soda on your rug, like Sprite or Ginger Ale? Even though the liquid is clear, don’t breathe a sigh of relief just yet. It is still important to have the stain thoroughly cleaned. The sugar in those clear sodas will stick to the fibers of your carpet and attract soil. In no time at all you will have a dark spot where the spill was.

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