How To Clean An Area Rug

how to clean an area rug
    area rug
  • A rug that covers only a part of a floor in a room
  • (Area Rugs) Rugs are also woven or felted from fibers, but are smaller than the room in which they are located, have a finished edge, and usually lie over another finished floor such as wood flooring.
  • a rug that only covers part of the floor of a room; a carpet
  • (Area Rugs) "Medium-sized rugs are ideal just about anywhere in your home or office. Whether you want to place them as an accent, or display them as a centerpiece, these rugs can meet any decorating need."
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  • Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking
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Bella pinktoe
Bella pinktoe
Sorry for the confusion… It seems that my last Bella post wasn’t clear, very sorry. What I meant by Bella and the dryer battle was that through washing and cleaning of all things Bella the dryer finally gave up, throwing in the towel to the many things that Bella is so good at messing up. You see, when you have an older dog sometimes they can have some incontinence issues, which little Miss. B. has. She also has some UTI’s that we are always battling because of the weakness in her hind area. We treat the UTI’s with Baytril, which does an incredible job of controlling it but the bacteria won’t go away (and we and our vets have tried everything). The Baytril is good (though expensive – $4 a pill) because it has given her back a lot of her control. So, being that everything that is ours is Bella’s, we decided that we would never not allow her to go or by on anything in the house, studio or anywhere we go (putting in just one room was never something that we were ever going to do to her, what’s ours is hers so we had to find a way). This meant that we had to find a way that if she had an accident we could clean it up easily and not have everything smell like pee. Bella always feels so bad when it happens and has to get as far from it as she can. So we did a lot of research and from that we now not only have everything waterproofed, but we also have found some of the best stuff to clean with. I know it sounds strange, but everything that we own is waterproof and since all three of us (oh and OOna too) like nice materials and what not we had to figure out how to cover beds (ours, Bella’s), rugs, sofa and etc, etc, etc. Now you may have notice that there aren’t as many great waterproof products out there for dogs (though in the last year it has gotten better), so we started looking at the human incontinence option. Whether for your baby or older person, you would be amazed at how many wonderful products are out there that are made for humans that work incredibly for your dog. So, how did this kill the dryer you ask? Well, if we have something that isn’t made of a waterproof material (like area rugs) then we wrap it in some Neatsheets or other waterproof barrier and then cover that with a quilt or nice sheet. I know, it sounds weird, but trust me, it not only works, it has made our lives so much easier and our wonder pup can be with us anywhere in the house. The great part is that when someone comes over, they never really know unless Bella has an accident while they are here. The only down side is the washing. Now you know why the dryer died. Oh, and yes she also wears cotton doggie diapers at times too. ps. There are some incredible cleaners out there that really take out the pee smell and clean different materials very well. If you are interested I can give you a list.
21/365: Golden Concentric Circles - Thoughts on the "Perfect Camera".
21/365: Golden Concentric Circles - Thoughts on the "Perfect Camera".
It's been rainy here, so not ideal for taking outdoor shots. So, I decided to take some pictures of the waiting area of the Women's Center in Southern Regional Hospital, in Clayton County, Georgia. It really is a beautiful place, definitely will revisit in the future. I was really wishing for a camera with a wider angle today! Mine is limited to 38 mm, which was clearly inadequate for this shot. Maybe if I was taller it would have helped. As many of you know, I've been longing for a new camera for a long time. After all of my research I have concluded that the camera I want doesn't exist. My perfect camera, based on available technology would have the following features: - Full-frame sensor for better capture of light and detail - Resolution of no more than 12 MP - No interchangeable lens, but a lens that is sharp throughout it's range - Wide aperture of at least f/2.8 for good low light performance - Long shutter speeds for night shots - Extensive manual control of E/V Compensation, white balance, aperture priority, shutter priority, and the on-board flash. - Zoom from 15-20X - Wide angle lens of no more than 28mm - Telephoto lens of at least 500 mm - available lossless compression - Hot shoe - Remote control I have been looking hard at Cannon Powershot SX10 is, but the big downside to it is that it doesn't have an option for lossless compression although there is an unofficial fix for this called CHDK that does NOT affect the firmware. Fujifilm just made an announcement about a camera that has much of what I'm looking for, the HS10. I'm really tired of waiting to buy a camera, the HS10 won't be available for shipment until April. I'm really torn here. I wonder if I should just pre-order it and see how I like it OR wait for the professional reviewers to put it through its paces. What do ya'll think?

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