"X" Marks The Spot: Simple Strategies To Get Rid Of Permanent Marker Stains During Move-Outs

Posted on: 18 May 2015

It is frustrating when personal belongings get marred by ink and marker stains; trying to get rid of these marks may seem like a lost cause. This is even worse when you are trying to clean up during a move-out, and these stains could impact the return of your security deposit. Before you concede to losing money due to damage, consider some ways to remove permanent marker stains from around the home.
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4 Signs Your Flooded Home Has Structural Damage

Posted on: 14 May 2015

Coming home to a severely water-damaged house is frightening, but careful handling of the situation can prevent injury and minimize further damage to the house. One important safety measure is making sure your house isn't structurally damaged before you enter. If you discover that it is, be extra careful, because it may not be safe to live there until it's fixed. Here are four of the most important signs to look out for when inspecting your home for structural damage.
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5 Steps To Easily Remove Vomit From Your Home's Carpet

Posted on: 14 May 2015

If you live with a young child or someone who has a weak stomach, then it is vital that you know how to clean vomit off of your home's carpeting. Here are the steps required to effectively remove vomit from carpeting: Step 1: Remove Solid Matter The first step for effectively removing vomit from your carpet is to remove as much of the vomit solids as possible. The easiest way to accomplish this is to use a dustpan.
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The Maid's Day Off. . . Or Maybe Not: Tips For Getting Your House Cleaned With Children

Posted on: 9 February 2015

If you have young children, you know the constant battle of trying to keep your house clean. In addition to basic chores such as laundry, dishes, and vacuuming, there is also the constant trail of toys, crumbs, and destruction that inevitably follows little people. You spend all day trying to clean one room, only to walk into the next and find a disaster area. Then, you have to start the whole process over again.
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