Have you ever cleaned up a spill or stain on your carpet and been pretty confident it was gone completely – only to see it reappear mysteriously a few days or weeks later? Returning carpet stains are frustrating and perhaps even a little bit creepy. They can happen when you clean up a stain yourself and even when you have a professional tackle the task. Luckily, there's no boogie man or ghost sneaking into your home to put the stain back in place.
- How often you need to clean your chimney depends on so many different factors: the type of wood you burn, the way the chimney is built, how often you use the fireplace, and how well your chimney really vents. It's impossible to make an accurate, specific recommendation on how often you should clean the chimney. A far better approach is to be aware of indications that your chimney is in need of cleaning.
- Juice: it's every toddler's favorite beverage, and every parent's worst nightmare when it spills on your carpet! But you don't have to be doomed to a decade of blotchy, stained carpeting. Follow these steps to remove a juice spill, whether it's bright red cherry or purple grape! Step 1: Blot, blot, blot. The more juice you can soak up out of the carpet before applying anything else to the carpet, the better.
- When buying a home that's been left vacant for months or even years due to a foreclosure, it becomes so important for you to make window cleaning one of the first things that you do when moving in. Many people make the mistake of skipping this important part of getting the home ready for your move-in, leading to allergies or other issues. If you're still uncertain about getting window cleaning taken care of by professionals, it's a good idea to consider the following tips and how it can make a big impact in your newly purchased home.
- Keeping your office clean is important for a lot of reasons. One is that it helps your business to put out a good first impression. No one wants to deal with a company that doesn't have enough pride in itself to keep its office clean. Other reasons include employee safety and client safety. Dirty offices can cause your employees or customers to fall over and get hurt. However, it can be difficult to keep your office =looking good and keep up on your work.