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Tips for cleaning wooden blinds include cleaning them more often than normal blinds because they collect more dirt, using a step-stool for the higher portions of the blinds and never dousing them in water as the wood will absorb it. Also, use a slightly damp cloth for persistent stains and the blind

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Blinds To Go has retail stores throughout the eastern United States and Canada. The corporate office for the United States is located in Paramus, New Jersey. The support center for Canada is located in Montreal, Quebec.

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People with total blindness or no light perception see nothing at all, according to Nicholas Gerbis for Live Science. Some individuals with NLP retain the ability to distinguish between light and dark using different cells in the eyes. The brain processes these signals in a different region than nor

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John Wooden is most famous for winning 10 national championships as the head coach of the University of California, Los Angeles, men's basketball team. Wooden was also a famous college basketball player in his youth.

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Blind people do not see black, because blind people see nothing. Total blindness is a condition in which no visual signals are being received by the eyes or interpreted by the brain. Seeing the color black, defined as the absence of light, involves seeing in the first place.

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Blindness is a broad term used to describe a wide array of visual limitations. Those who are blind see nothing at all. However, in some cases they might be able to experience flashes or flickering images of light and color.

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The inability of the cone cells in the retina to correctly detect one or more of the red, green or blue light spectra is called color blindness, according to the American Academy of Opthamology. Lack of color distinction between red and green colors is the most common form of color blindness.

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The major causes of blindness include cataracts, age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. As of 2013, the leading cause of blindness in the world is cataracts, which occur when the lenses in the eyes become clou

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Animals that are naturally blind include the star-nosed mole, blind cave fish, Texas blind salamander and Salem cave crayfish. Some of these animals, such as the mole, have eyes that don't function, while others don't have eyes at all.

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According to The Free Dictionary, the aphorism "love is blind" means that a person is unable to perceive faults in the person he loves. The phrase appears in "The Canterbury Tales," written by Geoffrey Chaucer in the late 14th century.