Top 5 Ways To Deodorize Your Carpet

Busy households that are filled with energetic children and excitable puppies bring lots of joy, but also some unpleasant odors that can call the carpets home. When in between deep carpet cleanings, take the time to deodorize your carpets so that they always smell fresh. There are a few different ways you can go about that. Here are the top five.  1. Baking Soda It is widely known that baking soda has odor eliminating properties. Read More 

Tips For Taking Care Of Your First Oriental Rug

Oriental rugs are elegant, colorful and decorative additions to any room. You can find them in a variety of deep, rich colors and intricate designs, so you'd be sure to find something that worked well with your existing furnishings and decor. Although Oriental rugs are a great feature in most any space, they are not without their maintenance needs. If you've just invested in your first Oriental rug, it's important that you know how to care for it. Read More 

How To Get Your House Thoroughly Clean

Even if you clean your house once a week, you may have realized that it's time for a huge cleaning job to be done. That might be especially true if you've lived in your house for a long time. Here are some ideas that might help you to do a thorough job on getting your house sparkly clean. That will be especially nice if you are expecting guests for the holiday season that is fast approaching. Read More 

Making Running Your Small Business Easier: Ideas To Help You Out

As a small business owner, you know that you have a large number of responsibilities when it comes to running your business. When you first opened your doors, you did everything yourself because you had to for financial reasons and because you want everything done perfectly and to your specifications. However, as your business grows and you have more customers and more company income to reinvest in the business, you can and should take some steps to make running your small business easier for yourself. Read More 

4 Tips To Protect Your New Carpet

If you have just had beautiful new carpet installed in your home, you probably want to preserve it for as long as possible. It is true that carpet is not as forgiving as some other types of flooring, but you can't beat the look or comfort of it. Luckily, following a few tips can help you keep your new carpet in good shape. 1. Have it Treated It's a good idea to purchase carpet that is designed to be easy to clean. Read More