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Back to School Basics: Removing Tracked-in Stains

 

Kids trudging through your home after school leaving more than books and sporting equipment in their wake? Tracked-in stains can create a carpet cleaning nightmare. More than just unsightly, all...Read more

No one wants a dirty-smelling home, but not all air fresheners are created equal. In fact, some could actually damage indoor air quality. Compare different methods of masking pet stink, bathroom odors and leftover cooking smells to find out which one wins the battle of the air fresheners....Read more

Is there a school of goldfish hiding in the cracks and crevices of your rear seats, mammoth mud stains on the mats, and a constellation of juice box stains on your headliner? Chauffeuring the kids around can be tricky business. Before you head back to school,...Read more

Some of the lingering scents in your home are pleasant. Chocolate chip cookies, flowers and fresh laundry are the kinds of smells you want to stick around. Unfortunately, it’s usually the not-so-good odors that endure. Use our ultimate odor removal guide for...Read more

To bleach or not to bleach that is the question. Whether or not it is a noble endeavor depending highly upon the surface in question – and your housekeeping goals. Bleach is a malodorous menace in some facets, but a remarkable remedy in others. Where’s the...Read more

Non-toxic and inexpensive, simple white vinegar is a cleaning and deodorizing boon. Indoors and out, from kitchen surfaces and caring for laundry to tackling bugs and weeds, there are many uses for this kid and pet-safe, environmentally-friendly household staple...Read more

Clean carpet is important to keeping your home looking good. Here are some quick tips from Rainbow International on cleaning up some common carpet stains.

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  • Blot up as much excess as possible
  • Apply detergent, vinegar,
  • ...Read more

Did you know that inexpensive and easily replaced air filter is the number one source of heating and cooling problems? ...Read more

To many homeowners, understanding a heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system is a lot like trying to understand a foreign language. A few words sound familiar, but the overall system is a total mystery. Even fewer homeowners truly grasp how to...Read more

Mold needs moisture to grow, so less humid states should be the least likely places you would find mold – right? Not so fast. The rankings are NOT based on hurricane or flood damage, inferior building materials, “tight” construction, or humidity....Read more