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  • Use A Power Washer To Clean Your Boat

    If you have a boat you want to make sure that it is nice and clean before you get it back in the water every year. There are a lot of reasons for that, but one of the biggest reasons for that is that if your boat is clean, you can see if there are any problems with it. However, cleaning it can be a lot of work if you are trying to wash it by hand.
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  • How To Get Oily Spills Out Of Your Carpet

    Spilling anything on your carpet can be traumatic, but when that spill is oily, it's especially frustrating. You can't just soak it up and hope the oil slick look will go away. Follow these steps to thoroughly clean up an oily spill and leave your carpet looking as good as new. Step 1: Scoop up as much of the spilled material as possible. If the oily substance has not fully soaked into the carpet, try so scoop up as much of it as you can to prevent any more of it from soaking in.
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  • Has Hidden Cat Vomit Turned Into Carpet Stains? 3 Ways To Keep This From Happening Again

    Carpet cleaning is something that you should expect to do every 1 to 2 years, depending on traffic levels. This timeframe can change if something drastic happens to the carpet, such as large stains. It is usually not too difficult to keep an eye on the carpet where it is visible, but what about the hidden areas? Under beds, couches, chairs, side tables, and inside closets are not always that easy to see in their entirety.
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  • How To Get The Cat Urine Smell Out Of Your Carpet Or Rug

    There are several reasons why cats make good pets. They are pretty low maintenance, love to cuddle with their owners, and have fun playing. However, there is a downside to owning a cat too. Cat urine is an odor that's practically impossible to eliminate. So, what should you do when your feline friend decides to urinate on your brand new rug? Before you call the nearest carpet cleaning company, check out these tips to learn how to remove the smell of cat urine.
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  • Building A Budget Home Vacation Package For Someone Special

    Are you trying to come up with a good gift for someone? Do you wish that you could give them a vacation, but you can't afford expensive things like plane tickets? Whether the intended recipient is a family member or a friend, you don't have to abandon your plans entirely just because you have a somewhat limited budget. Here are some easy and relatively simple ways to give someone a month long "
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  • Home Maintenance Tips: The 3 Most Critical Things You Can Do To Keep Your Roof In Good Shape

    On average, an asphalt roof lasts about 20 years, depending on the weather where you live. If you experience a lot of harsh weather, such as snow, ice, and high winds, your roof may not last as long. Likewise, if you fail to maintain and care for your roof, it will not live to see the ripe old age of 20. Since replacing a roof is so expensive, you probably want it to last as long as possible.
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  • 4 Reasons Hiring A Janitorial Cleaning Service Is Good For Your Business

    As a business owner, there are many small tasks you will need to do in order to keep your place of business thriving. Some of these tasks you may not have even thought of at first, such as hiring a janitorial cleaning service. Here are four reasons why hiring a janitorial cleaning service is good for your business: Better for the Employees: If your place of business is not cleaned and sanitized regularly, imagine how much more often your employees will call in sick.
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  • How To Use Various Items Around The House To Deodorize Your Carpet

    Does your carpet smell a bit musty or perhaps a little like your dog? While running out to the store and buying a carpet deodorizer is one solution, you don't necessarily need to spend money on a new product to get your carpet smelling fresh again. There are a lot of items you probably already have around your home that can accomplish this task. Here's a look at your options:
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  • Best Way To Clean Your Tile Flooring On A Budget

    Choosing tile for the flooring in your kitchen and bathrooms adds a sense of elegance to the home. There are plenty of tile cleaning products on the market, but this option costs quite a bit of money. For homeowners on a budget, there is still a way to keep your surfaces looking like new without overspending on professional grade products.  Use Your Vacuum The first step in keeping your tile nice and clean is to vacuum it every other day.
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  • How To Remove Pet Stains And Odors From Carpeting

    Pets can be detrimental to your carpeting with things like urine, vomit and other accident stains. Some stains can be easily removed, but accidents that happen when you aren't home, are set in and dry can be a little more difficult to remove. The odors left behind can also be difficult to remove, not to mention they can be embarrassing when you have visitors. See below for tips on how to remove pet stains and odors from your carpeting.
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