Should stone in wet conditions be sealed? In the following article, industry expert, Fred Hueston explains why stone in wet areas should not be sealed.
Rug fringe may appear to be decorative, but it plays an important part in holding the pile knots in place. Read this article for fringe cleaning and care tips.
Natural stone has inherent imperfections. Resin fills, reinforces, and strengthens the durability of natural stone, but can be problematic if not done properly.
Sometimes our clients ask whether there’s such a thing as vacuuming too much. Here are a few pointers to prevent causing premature damage to carpets and rugs.
Darkness from moisture in a poultice application can wick out beyond the original stained area. This is not a stain, and the problem is easy to resolve.
Did you know certain viruses can survive for weeks? As you sanitize your home, don’t forget about your fine surfaces, such as carpet, rugs, and upholstery.
There are a number of reasons why countertop cloudiness or haze can develop. Here are the details about possible causes and solutions for the problem.
When it comes to interior surface care, there are actually quite a few benefits associated with changing up your furniture arrangement. Here are the details.
Stone countertops, continually exposed to oily or dye-containing substances, are subject to staining. Read this article to learn about countertop protection.
There are rugs on the market today, some very expensive, that are made of paper. They are almost always impossible to clean without causing irreversible damage.