If you have a new puppy that you are trying to housebreak, you may find fresh urine stains on your home's wood floors while your pet is still learning. If so, use the following three-step guide to removing fresh puppy stains as soon as possible to avoid permanent damage to the wood. Step 1: Sprinkle The Stain With Baking Soda After blotting up the excess urine, the first step is to sprinkle the spot with baking soda.
28 April 2017
Ceramic tile is a durable, attractive and versatile flooring surface, and it usually requires little care other than regular sweeping and mopping. However, ceramic tile is capable of being cracked or chipped by heavy objects. If you have a damaged ceramic tile and want to replace it, then you can easily perform the work yourself. Below is a list of materials as well as a step-by-step procedure for doing the job:
18 September 2015
If you just installed a new wood floor or had wood floor finishing done, you will want to protect its glossy shine. Regular cleaning can help, as can following these five tips any time you rearrange your furniture or move it for cleaning purposes. Take Off Your Shoes While outside the home, your shoes can pick up bits of debris that can easily scratch the finish of your wood flooring. For this reason, it is a good idea to make your home a shoe-free zone altogether.
12 May 2015