Less-than-reputable carpet cleaners or DIY machine rentals can result in crunchy, stiff carpet fibers. Here are the details and how to resolve the problem.
Marble and other calcium-based natural stones are sometimes sold as granite. Here’s how to avoid etch damage and stains associated with stone misidentification.
In addition to our own free, downloadable Carpet and Interior Textiles Care Guide and monthly Tips and Articles, learn about other resources we recommend.
Sometimes these “cracks” in natural stone countertops are not cracks at all, but fissures, something that resembles a crack. Read more to learn the difference.
If you have pets, maintaining clean, fresh, and inviting carpets and interior textiles can be a challenge. Read this article for some simple and effective tips.
We are frequently asked, “How can I remove water rings on my polished marble?” This article explains what “water rings” are, and what you can do about them.
Maintaining clean interior textiles can be a challenge if you have kids. Here are some suggestions to keep dirt and spills off your carpets and furniture.
Many natural stone owners are aware that acids like vinegar, lemon, etc. can cause etching, but did you know high alkaline substances can also cause etching?
Have you seen stains disappear with professional cleaning, then reappear once your carpet dries? Learn how this happens and what can be done about it.
See Fred Hueston, Chief Technical Director of Stone & Tile PROS, demonstrating how to mix and apply a poultice for removing a stain from natural stone.