When it comes to carpeting, upholstery, and other interior textiles, these simple and inexpensive care tips can improve the appeal of your home.
Have you ever noticed a slimy pink film form in your shower? This article explains what it is, how to get rid of it, and how to keep it from coming back.
This article has coronavirus cleaning instructions for carpet, upholstery, and porous surfaces from the CDC and cleaning product recommendations from the EPA.
Can the coronavirus survive on my stone countertop? What do I use on my stone to properly kill the virus? Get coronavirus answers from stone expert, Fred Hueston.
Should you be concerned about coronavirus on carpets and upholstery? Get answers on the infectious lifespan of viruses on porous versus non-porous surfaces.
Before pressure washing stone or masonry surfaces, read this article to learn about potential problems that could result in serious damage.
Cooking grease is easily tracked onto carpets by people and pets—and can’t be vacuumed away. Here are a few tips for limiting and eliminating grease.
Is the stone around your shower drain darker than the surrounding stone? The cause may be clogged weep holes. The solution may be an easy DIY procedure.
After new carpet is installed, loose fiber fragments may be leftover from the manufacturing process. Learn why shedding happens, and what you can do to stop it.
This article explains which dimension stone panel problems can be resolved by your stone restoration technician, and which problems require replacement.