Clean Oriental rugs by using extreme caution and reading labels, vacuuming, using a water extraction cleaning machine and drying thoroughly. Oriental rugs can also be professionally cleaned by experts, either in the home... More »

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Tips for cleaning wool rugs include to vacuum frequently, clean spots with warm water and wash stains with baking soda, white vinegar and dishwashing detergent. Avoid deep cleaning wool rugs at home as they retain moistu... More »

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To clean wool carpet, test the carpet to ensure heat or cleaners do not cause damage to the carpet, then clean the carpet with a steam cleaner if no change occurs after testing. Allow the carpet to dry completely after c... More »

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Make a homemade ultrasonic cleaning solution by combining water, dishwashing detergent and ammonia together inside an ultrasonic cleaning machine. This type of cleaning solution is best used on hard stones without cracks... More »

Tips to maintain a septic tank include reducing water usage, using caution with the materials flushed into the tank and having the system pumped on a regular basis. Septic systems are onsite sewage disposal, and proper m... More »

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Use caution when cleaning a gravestone; avoid the use of household soaps, acids and other cleaners, especially bleach, that cause yellow staining of marble and may cause further damage to the marker. Only attempt cleanin... More »

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Small area rugs can be cleaned by shaking them out, and larger rugs can either be vacuumed or swept. All rugs should be turned at least once a year to even out foot traffic. More »

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