by UA Archives | Upper Arlington History Sisal rugs, derived from Agave Sisalana plant fibers in Central America, get stained, soiled and stepped on just like any other rug. Cleaning a sisal rug is easier than it looks—or sounds! (Sisal is pronounced see-szal or sai-szal.) Just bear in mind the following tips, and you too [...]

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by UA Archives | Upper Arlington History You’ve just bought an Oriental rug and it really ties the room together. Now you probably want your new rug to last years to come. No problem. You just have to follow a few simple instructions in order to make the most out of your rug’s life and [...]

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by LSE Library Epoxy flooring is built to stand the test of time, and with proper maintenance it can provide years of exceptional protection in even the well-trafficked garage. But how do you keep things clean? Here are a few quick cleaning tips for the inexperienced looking to get the most out of their investment. [...]

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Wool rugs are known for their durability and exceptional quality, as well as their Snuggle bear softness. But once it’s in your home, it suffers the consequences of a household of clumsiness, accidents, and general forgetfulness. Wool rugs gather stains, grime, and sticky Halloween candy residue. While it looks as though they would be a [...]

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by Cornell University Library Expansion joints are placed in floors to allow for shrinkage as concrete cracks as it cures. The joints are often trawled into the floor or occasionally cut after the floor is hard enough to walk on. During the curing phase of the floor these joints often develop cracks that go to [...]

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by Nationaal Archief Industry studies have shown that the top concerns of business owners and operators of carpet cleaning equipment are: improving carpet appearance and cleanliness, and shortening carpet dry time after cleaning. Yet with the methods of carpet cleaning historically available to the commercial market, “quality cleaning” and “short dry times” have been mutually [...]

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by UA Archives | Upper Arlington History Your rug may be subjected to dirt, dust, sand, etc. Rugs used particularly in kitchen and bathroom areas are subjected to oil residue, cooking residue, moisture, dirt, etc. Hence your rugs may lose their vibrant color and may look dull. If your rug is not cleaned and maintained [...]

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by The Library of Congress Cleaning laminate wood floors seemed to sound like a tedious task for most but actually it is not. It can be simply and easily done. When it comes to choosing laminate flooring, most people would be looking for wood look rather than traditional hardwood because the former is much easier [...]

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Hoover SteamVac Carpet Cleaner with Clean Surge, F5914-900 Powerful 12-amp motor; deep cleans with hot tap water and carpet solution Five spinning/scrubbing brushes clean carpets, upholstery, and bare floors Clean Surge feature gives extra burst of cleaning solution for spots or stains Two water tanks separate clean and dirty water Brush rotation indicator; 8-foot hose; [...]

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