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      Chem-Dry of IndianapolisMay 12, 2014
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      • Indianapolis, United States

      The best way to dust blinds? Wipe them down with a dryer sheet. Not only will it get the dust off, it'll also create an antistatic barrier that helps prevent dust from building up again.

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      Chem-Dry of IndianapolisMay 5, 2014
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      • Indianapolis, United States

      Annually there are 15,500 dryer fires. Help prevent fires by cleaning inside your dryer's lint trap every 6 months.

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      Chem-Dry of IndianapolisApril 28, 2014
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      • Indianapolis, United States

      You can remove pet hair from furniture and carpets with a squeegee. Try it!

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      Chem-Dry of IndianapolisApril 21, 2014
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      • Indianapolis, United States

      Want to get rid of household odors? Put two caps full of vanilla extract in a coffee cup, then place it in the oven at 300 degrees for one hour. Your whole house will smell like Heaven.

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      Chem-Dry of IndianapolisApril 14, 2014
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      • Indianapolis, United States

      Snip off a slice of a Magic Eraser and drop it in the toilet. Let it float overnight and it’ll remove any toilet ring. No scrubbing! No one wants to be touching toilet germs, not even with gloves on.

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      Chem-Dry of IndianapolisApril 7, 2014
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      • Indianapolis, United States

      To raise depressions in the carpet left by heavy furniture, try using an iron with the steam setting on the area with a damp towel between the carpet and the iron.

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      Chem-Dry of IndianapolisMarch 31, 2014
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      • Indianapolis, United States

      Club soda is effective in getting up fresh stains. Just pour some on the spot, let it set for a few seconds, and then sponge it up. If the stain remains, call Chem-Dry of Indianapolis!

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      Chem-Dry of IndianapolisMarch 24, 2014
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      • Indianapolis, United States

      Thinking about getting hardwood or tile floors? Reconsider carpeting, it provides good traction, absorbs noises, and saves homeowners money because it naturally insulates a room.

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      Chem-Dry of IndianapolisMarch 17, 2014
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      • Indianapolis, United States

      Most is made to be stain-resistant. Stain resistant on carpet is not permanent and wears off in 200-250 vacuums. It is recommended that you refresh stain protection periodically.

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      Chem-Dry of IndianapolisMarch 10, 2014
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      • Indianapolis, United States

      When moving heavy furniture, prevent damage by using furniture sliders. If you don't have them, placing a protective barrier of heavy cardboard or plywood between the furniture and the carpet.

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      Chem-Dry of IndianapolisMarch 3, 2014
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      • Indianapolis, United States

      The main reason for grout to get discolored is dirty mop water over a period of time. Grout can be recolored and treated to be stain proof.

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      Chem-Dry of IndianapolisFebruary 24, 2014
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      • Indianapolis, United States

      We shed about 1.5 million skin flakes per hour…much of which ends up in carpet & upholstery.

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      Chem-Dry of IndianapolisFebruary 17, 2014
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      • Indianapolis, United States

      Did you know? All carpets should be professionally cleaned a minimum of every 6 to 18 months. Most carpet warranties require cleaning at 12 months.

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      Chem-Dry of IndianapolisFebruary 10, 2014
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      • Indianapolis, United States

      When properly cleaned and maintained, carpet act as a filter for air. Carpeting improves indoor air quality by trapping dust and allergens.

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      Chem-Dry of IndianapolisFebruary 3, 2014
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      • Indianapolis, United States

      Protect your carpet from prolonged periods of direct sunlight with blinds, shades, or awnings.

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      Chem-Dry of IndianapolisJanuary 27, 2014
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      • Indianapolis, United States

      Sponge and baking soda, use this classic combo to get rid of scuffs on vinyl floors.

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      Chem-Dry of IndianapolisJanuary 20, 2014
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      • Indianapolis, United States

      Do not assume that your tile or stone needs to be sealed. Porous stones will accept sealer, while ceramic and porcelain will absorb no moisture at all and therefore do not require sealer.

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      Chem-Dry of IndianapolisJanuary 13, 2014
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      • Indianapolis, United States

      Wipe down all of the shower walls with a squeegee then a towel after use. This removes water & soap scum before they dry. This works best for tile or stone.

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      Chem-Dry of IndianapolisJanuary 6, 2014
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      • Indianapolis, United States

      Put on a slightly damp rubber glove or use a damp towel and run your hand over your upholstered furniture to remove pet hair or make it easier to pick up with a vacuum cleaner.

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      Chem-Dry of IndianapolisDecember 30, 2013
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      • Indianapolis, United States

      If possible, rotate and flip furniture cushions occasionally to spread out the wear and tear on them and prolong the life of your furnishings.

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