Remove Permanent Marker From Just About Any Surface In Your Home

Posted on: 19 March 2015

When you have children living in your home, their artwork never fails to end up on more than just paper. Being able to clean permanent marker off of many different surfaces in your home will ensure that your home always looks as good as it can. Use the following guide to learn how to remove permanent marker marks from many different surfaces in your home. Carpets If your little artist got marker on your white carpets, you first need to vacuum up any dirt and dander on the carpet.
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Learn How To Have Tree Limbs Safely Removed From Your Trees

Posted on: 4 March 2015

Having a beautifully manicured yard often starts with the trees. There are many people who do not realize how much of an impact the trees they have in their yard make on the overall look of the landscape. If you have large trees, they could be blocking your flowers and shrubs from getting the proper amount of sunlight they need to thrive, you may need to have the limbs trimmed.
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Two Tips For Cleaning Full Length Drapes Without Damaging Other Things In A Room

Posted on: 24 February 2015

If you want your drapes to look their best, dust and stains need to be diligently cleaned up. While it's relatively easy to clean even full length drapes if you have the proper tools, it may be difficult to avoid damaging other things in your room. To ensure that no undue harm comes to the rest of your room while you're cleaning your drapes, don't forget these two tips. Always Unfold And Take Down Drapes Before Vacuuming Them
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How To Put An End To Snow Mold

Posted on: 13 February 2015

Yellow, matted grass in spring is indicative of snow mold, a nonlethal fungal disease that attacks when the lawn is asleep for the winter. If your lawn is prone to snow mold, proper fall care is your best defense against this unwanted winter guest. Mow Low Overly long grass that falls over on itself can create the perfect conditions for mold after it snows. Your goal is to get the lawn down to a 2-inch height by the last mowing of the season, thus leaving it too short to easily fall over or mat.
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