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Find helpful articles for helping you choose the right vacuum cleaner and informative DIY articles to help you fix your vacuum cleaner.  Use these articles to find the vacuum cleaner that's right for you. Use them as a buyers guide or to research the best vacuum for you. We cover a wide range of vacuum brands including Miele, Electrolux, Dyson, and Bissell and give you an excellent review and ratings for each vacuum. Along with these sections we also have blog posts about the role your vacuum can play in your allergies as well as giving you some best rated vacuums as suggestions.

The Definitive List of the Best Flooring Options for Pets

- 1/16/2019 3:23:09 PM
The Definitive List of the Best Flooring Options for PetsThinking about redoing the floors in your home or business? If you’ve got any furry family members, it’s not a bad idea to think about which flooring types might hold up best in the face of scratchy paws, accidents and excessive shedding. A good pet-friendly floor must be easy to clean with a vacuum cleaner and mop, moisture resistant so it doesn’t become permanently damaged in the event of accidents or spills and safe and comfortable for you and your pet. Of course, it has to be good-looking, too! Here are the flooring types that are most often recommended for pet owners.
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Simple Ways You Can Combat Shedding of Your Long-Haired Pet

- 1/14/2019 12:09:47 PM
Simple Ways You Can Combat Shedding of Your Long-Haired Pet
A big ball of fluff in your lap after a long day of work is the best kind of therapy, but even those of us who are beyond gaga over our animals know that shedding is a drag. Parents of long-haired pets know that with extra fur comes extra cleaning, extra grooming and extra allergies. But we wouldn’t trade our furry family members for anything—not even a furball-free floor!—so we have to do our best to combat shedding throughout the year. You don’t want to stop a healthy dog or cat from shedding, as this is a normal part of her biology, but you can do some things to better manage fur throughout your home.
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Easy Ways to Reduce Pet Allergens in the Home

- 1/9/2019 2:02:45 PM
Easy Ways to Reduce Pet Allergens in the HomeNo matter how intense the itchy eyes, runny nose and congestion get, pet allergies usually aren’t enough to deter us pet lovers from snuggling up with our fuzzy, four-legged friends. Still, according to a study conducted by the National Council on Pet Population, pet allergies are one of the most common reasons why owners surrender their cats, with 8 percent of feline surrenders attributed to allergies each year. But sufferers of severe pet allergies may want to consider making a few, small changes to reduce pet allergens so that you can snuggle up close with your slobbery sidekick comfortably. 
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Preparing for Winter Allergies

- 1/7/2019 1:30:58 PM
Preparing for Winter AllergiesWe often associate seasonal allergies with the spring—plenty of pollen in the air, of course—but lots of people also experience an uptick in allergy symptoms in the winter, too. Winter allergies differ from spring allergies in that they’re primarily triggered by indoor pollutants, such as pet dander, mold and dust mites. When we shudder our homes for the winter and finally crank on the furnace, all sorts of microparticles enter the air we breathe, causing classic allergy symptoms like sneezing, watery eyes, wheezing and runny nose. The key to softening the annual blow is to address indoor allergens head-on and to not-so-politely usher them right out the door. Here’s how to do it.
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Rustic Reno–Tips on Giving Your Hardwoods an Aged Look

- 1/4/2019 12:58:11 PM
Rustic Reno–Tips on Giving Your Hardwoods an Aged LookMost people who desire hardwood flooring love the silky, shiny look of wooden floors. However, if you’re someone who’s more into vintage designs, there are some great alternative options for you. The good news is you don't have to break the bank to get rustic-style floors. Putting an aged look on your hardwood is as simple as starting a DIY project. And even better, most of the items needed are probably already in your home. So, if you're eager to give your house a makeover, just keep reading.

There are three primary ways of giving your floors a worn look. You can chemically alter the wood by using white vinegar, put dings and rips into it manually or use paint to give it a weathered appearance. The option you choose should be based on the style you're going for. Softer woods such as pine and hemlock are easier to distress and respond better to the hands-on approach. The pliable nature of the wood is simple to manipulate and it also works well with liquid-distressing products. Nonetheless, no matter what type of wood you're working with, the below methods should do the trick.
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Dos and Don'ts of Staining Your Hardwood Floors

- 1/2/2019 1:00:20 PM
Dos and Don'ts of Staining Your Hardwood FloorsYour floors are one of the first things that people see when they walk into your home. Naturally, it's essential to keep your kitchen and other areas of your house looking attractive. With that said, there are certain rules you should follow when staining your hardwood floors. Let's face it. You wouldn't want to mess up on one of the parts of your home that gets the most traffic. Follow the steps listed below and your flooring should stay in great condition.
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