Set In Stone: How To Seal Your Marble Countertops

Marble is a type of stone that has been around for generations. Ancient Greeks and Romans used pure white marble to create beautiful sculptures. Now, people use marble for their countertops, backsplash, and even floors. Unlike granite, marble is extremely porous, which causes it to absorb stains and other impurities easily. To keep your marble countertops clean, you need to seal them every few months. Here is how to seal your marble countertops properly. [Read More]

Attractive And Safe Commercial Fencing Options For Your Daycare Playground Area

You want your outdoor play area at your daycare facility to be both safe and appealing to your clients. Commercial fencing provides added security for the little ones you care for. Learn about options you can use to make commercial fencing both harder for intruders to get into and attractive for your customers.  Welded wire Welded wire fencing is a great alternative to chain link when it comes to security for your property. [Read More]

How To Organize Your Household Belongings

Remember how it felt to move into an empty house? You probably never dreamed that it would some day be too cluttered. If you are wanting to regain that feeling of space and organization, here are some ideas that might help you to achieve that goal.   Smaller Jobs - Whether it's little children or teenagers, the more hands that are helping adults will make the job easier.  A good place to start is with each person going through his or her personal belongings to see what needs to be kept and what needs to be disposed of. [Read More]

Natural Solutions For Cat Smells And Cat Hair In Carpet

Carpet cleaning can be tricky when you're a cat owner. Cat odors and cat hair can become deeply embedded in carpet fibers, making it difficult to make the house seem truly clean. These tips will help you keep your carpeting smelling and looking its best. Use a Carpet Rake A carpet rake is a lot like what it sounds like: it's a tool that's used to rake carpet fibers and remove foreign objects embedded deep in the pile. [Read More]