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    DON’T choose a carpet cleaner from craigslist. This is like buying the latest iPhone model from eBay. Just, no. DON’T hire a carpet cleaner through chat or a phone call. Try to meet them in person prior to cleaning day. In that way, you’ll get to discuss face-to-face what your objectives are, and get to know the person who will be cleaning your carpet and their methods of cleaning. [...]

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    Maintaining a clean carpet can be a pain in the neck, especially if you own pets, have small children, or live with careless household members around. Just the mere thought of the carpet being soiled even after a hard day’s work of cleaning can be extremely frustrating. Worry no more. Here are 5 hacks to keep your carpet clean and well-protected. Tip #1 - Vacuum regularly. You’ve [...]

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    Paint, mud, and any type of stain can easily stick to our beloved carpets. Whether it’s a result of a night of cocktail and barbecue partying, or your child mindlessly trekking in mud from a hard day’s play outdoors, carpet stains can be very problematic and bothersome. Our frustrations can sometimes get the best of us, and we end up throwing a fit before heading to the nearest superstore [...]

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    Although well known in the United States by North Americans, Atlanta is quite underrated by many foreign tourists. When in Atlanta, you’ve got to see and experience the night life. If you’re into night partying, then the city is where you should go. The lights may not be as blinding as those in Vegas, and the streets may not make as much noise as in New York, but Atlanta’s soul comes alive [...]

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    #1 Surprisingly, Atlanta was not originally the chief city of Georgia. In fact, it’s been the 5th capital of this convivial state. The first capital was Savannah, followed by Augusta, then Louisville, that was succeeded by Milledgeville. #2 Although a friendly city, Atlanta is also strong in trait. Its history tells of a fire that was intentionally started to turn the city into mere ashes, [...]

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