Rainbow International Blog

Electrical fires are the third leading cause of home structural fires in the US, according to the National Fire Prevention Association. Causing more than $1.3 billion in damages and more than 400 deaths in a four-year span, it’s clear that electrical fire prevention should be taken...Read more

Soot can leave unsightly stains on anything it comes in contact with. Whether it’s from candles, fireplaces or even a house fire, removing soot requires specific tools and techniques. The acidic nature of soot can make it difficult to remove from walls. Don’t just start scrubbing, which can make...Read more

One of the most frequently abused surfaces of your home, and the trickiest to remove stains from, the upholstery on couches, recliners, chairs and other surfaces is often treatable. However care is warranted to avoid damaging your favored furniture. What’s the best way to tackle the job?...Read more

Removing stubborn stains from hard surfaces can be trickier than tackling more common surfaces that attract stains, such as your couch. If you have a stained sink, countertop, or tile...Read more

There may not seem like a good solution for removing stains on walls and ceilings, but with the right tools it can be easier than you think.

Keeping your home clean means addressing stains in unusual places, including the walls and ceilings. Various things can mar these surfaces, including splattered grease, water stains, scuff marks, and more. There may not seem like a good solution for removing stains on walls and ceilings, but...Read more

Scratchin’ your head over how to remove old stains from carpets? Banish your biggest blemishes in a flash with our handy-dandy stain removal guide!

How Do I Get Spots out of Carpets?

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    A bit of detergent, vinegar, and an ammonia
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Animal hoarders share many common characteristics with hoarders of inanimate objects. In fact, 40% of object hoarders also hoard animals. What drives animal hoarding behavior, and how can you best recognize and respond to it for the safety of all involved?

Animal Hoarding...Read more

If you struggle with hoarding behavior, you could unintentionally be making your home a dangerous, unsanitary place to live. As if this wasn’t reason enough to get help, hoarding has another side effect you might not have considered: it could hinder your ability to qualify for or retain a...Read more

If you’re like me, furniture of substantial quality is not in the budget. Most of my furniture is from IKEA and was put together questionably… often with pieces left over after it was all said and done....Read more

Everyone deals with clutter from time to time. But for the 3-5% of Americans who are compulsive hoarders, it goes beyond the occasional mess, preventing hoarders and their families from leading safe, healthy lives. Are you living with a compulsive hoarder?

What Defines...Read more