Monthly Archives: May 2010

The Types of Rugs

Posted by JD Esajian // May 31, 2010

Most often it is the construction of an area rug that establishes its formality or informality. Rag, hooked and braided rugs are considered informal and casual, perfect for country settings. On the opposite end, Aubusson and Oriental rugs generally appear in formal rooms with period furniture.

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Judging Site and Arrangement of the Area Rug

Posted by JD Esajian // May 28, 2010

In its friendliest, most congenial presentation an area rug fits under the front and back legs of the furniture in its focal area. The rug should fit under the front legs of all the pieces in the area at the very least. If you have no choice but to use a small area rug within a large space then lay it at an angle to some furniture pieces to make it appear larger and more important.

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How You Can Improve Your Credit Score

Posted by JD Esajian // May 27, 2010

Improving a credit score does not happen overnight. Why? It’s because most creditors only report to the bureaus once a month. But there are a few steps you can take right now to start cleaning up your credit blemishes and here they are.

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Bathroom Tile, Caulk and Grout

Posted by JD Esajian // May 7, 2010

Grout and caulk in a bathroom, especially around a tub, are both essential elements and must be maintained for they are barrier that keeps water from seeping into the walls. The smallest gaps allow water to sneak behind the tiles and do real damage to the bathroom wall and floor, and even to the ceiling of the room below.

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Bathroom Cleaning Techniques

Posted by JD Esajian // May 6, 2010

Toilet bowl cleaners that sit in the tank help to disinfect a toilet and may ease the task of cleaning, but they don’t really eliminate the need for regular scrubbing. Always make sure to clean the outside of the bowl as well as the seat and cover with a disinfectant cleaner.

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Posted by JD Esajian // May 5, 2010

Enameled steel or cast iron tubs are tough and resistant to most chemicals. Enameled steel is resistant to chips than enameled cast iron. They can tolerate occasional scrubbing with a mildly abrasive cleanser.

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The Bathroom Shower

Posted by JD Esajian // May 4, 2010

If you continually find puddles of water left on the bathroom floor after the morning rush of showers then you may want to reconsider replacing your shower curtain with a shower door. Here are some pros and cons of doing so.

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