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7 Spring Cleaning Tips from Dander & Daughters Chem-Dry for Extending the Life …

7 Spring Cleaning Tips from Dander & Daughters Chem-Dry for Extending the Life …
News from Seattle Post Intelligencer:

Seattle area professional carpet cleaner offers advice for maintaining the health and longevity of carpets during this spring cleaning season.

Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) March 28, 2012

After digging out from an unusually cold winter in the Pacific Northwest, Dander & Daughters Chem-Dry carpet cleaning in Seattle offers spring cleaning advice on how to prolong the life of your carpets.

Spring is traditionally the time for large-scale home cleaning projects. After a 3 month period of being chased back indoors by precipitation and colder temperatures, many houses are ready to be thoroughly cleaned. Carpets can become especially dirty when more time is spent indoors. That is why spring is the perfect time to breathe new life into carpets, particularly in high traffic living areas.

Harnessing this fervor to renew and clean, carpet experts share 7 important tips on how to restore carpets to fresh and new:

1.    Move Furniture and Fix Dents – Give your house the deep cleaning it needs by moving furniture and taking out the dents they create in the carpet. Several methods are available; from ice cubes to hot clothes irons used in con…………… continues on Seattle Post Intelligencer

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Save Money and Protect the Environment With 5 Spring Cleaning Tips
News from Patch.com:

Now that spring has arrived, Puget Sound Energy has a few spring cleaning tips to help save you money, reduce waste and increase safety.

“Many people do not realize that PSE collects and recycles all types of different items,” said Cal Shirley, vice president of Customer Solutions. “We know that people are already hard at work on spring cleaning projects so it’s a great time to recycle compact fluorescent light (CFL) or incandescent bulbs, try a light emitting diode (LED) bulb, or maybe even recycle and replace your old energy hog of a refrigerator.”

By focusing on new, energy-efficient technology and taking advantage of rebates and recycling programs, PSE’s spring cleaning tips have the potential to save customers hundreds of dollars annually on their electric bills.

PSE’s spring cleaning tips include:

1) Get rid of old bulbs: When long lasting CFL bulbs finally burn out, remember that CFL bulbs shouldn’t be tossed in the garbage or regular household recycling bins. PSE offers free CFL recycling at participating business locations all over Western Washington. In addition to free CFL recycling, PSE now offers free incandescent bulb recycling too.

Don’t wait to make the switch, replace your inefficient incandescent bulbs with ENERGY STAR®-qualified CFL and LED bulbs that use up to 80 percent less energy than incandescent bul…………… continues on Patch.com

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