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  • Carpet Cleaning Advice

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    against a dirty, smelly carpet. When pets are part of the household or to remove infrequent spills, proper spot removal is in order. Modern carpet is stain-resistant, making it easier to keep accidents from becoming permanent stains. Be mindful, stain resistant does not mean stain proof. You'll still need to be vigilant and attack offenders timely. Carpet cleaning products bearing the Carpet & Rug Institute (CRI) seal of approval are generally safe to use on any type/color carpet. Still, it would be

  • Carpets: Mass Production vs Handmade

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    Introduction:- Civilization has brought tremendous changes in the life of human beings. All things are changing day by day through the efforts of scientific researches. Among these textiles are good example.. a dictionary definition of the noun 'textile' is a woven fabric and d defination of the verb 'to wave' is 'to make by crossing threads, strands, strips etc, above and below one another, as in a loom to form cloth'.(sheila landi1998,-10-11). Textile are remarkable and exist in many forms. they

  • Critique of Five Argumentative Essays

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    Not Provide Dorm Room Carpets In this essay, the author has argued a clear problem, about why not to install carpet in dorm rooms. I believe that the reasons the author gives might appeal to the audience. But I believe this essay is underdeveloped. It is more about the reasons why the author feels carpeting dorm rooms is a bad idea. But not if the students really believe it’s a bad idea. I think the author should have included a student survey or testimonies about why carpet is a bad idea. Another

  • The Category Five Party

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    hopped on one foot over to the smoke absorbed sofa, only to find a wad of light pink mushy gum stuck to the bottom of my course foot. With a swift flick of my head, I glanced over at the area I had stepped on and saw the light pink gum smashed into the carpet with a tint of black from the mud that was tracked into the house by the ridged indentions of soles from peoples shoes. Now with that incident out of the way I could only begin to imagine what else I was going to find. As I rose from the sofa, I could

  • Case Study Of Flipfloor

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    sold in the northern states. Within five years, FlipFloor will be able to expand its market into Canada and we will set our global marketing plan into action. At the end of the first five years, we believe we will have secured eight percent of the carpet and rug industry. The company believes that its high quality, low price strategy will be successful within our target market. 2. Strategic Focus and Plan Mission The mission of FlipFloors is to market lines environmentally friendly, versatile flooring

  • A Career as a Decorator

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    During my career as a decorator, I was never really sure if rug pads were ever truly necessary, especially with larger rugs. Though interior decorating is my career, I was not always sure about whether I should use a rug pad for an area rug or just throw the rug down. Rug dealers always pushes consumers a little more on a rug pad, but do you really need to invest on it or is it an unnecessary upgrade? Sometimes my clients think like I am crazy when I tell them that a rug pad is necessary for all

  • How To Detail Your Car

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    How to successfully detail your car. When you buy a new car it comes to you spotless, washed, polished, and dressed. After a while the bright shine of amorall begins to fade and that showroom shine is no longer at show room condition. French fries begin to gather, straw wrappers appear, the ever-present coffee stain on the carpeting and even animal hair collects all which demolishes the clean appearance of your prized automobile. When owning a new car you need to know how to reestablish that beautiful

  • Shopping in the Bazaars of Delhi

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    Shopping in the Bazaars of Delhi What do you sell , O Ye Merchants? Richly your wares are displayed. Turbans of Crimson and silver, Tunics of purple brocade, Mirrors with panels of amber, Daggers with handles of jade. Naidu, Sarojini. The Sceptred Flute. New York , 1928 Last summer, on a balmy morning, I was meandering aimlessly around the noisy lanes of Old Delhi’s Gandhi boulevard, famed for its narrow winding alleys and its Saturday morning flea bazaar. It was a typical market

  • Anthropology Reflection Essay 2

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    Spooner’s article “Weavers and Dealers: Authenticity and Oriental Carpets” and Clifford Geertz’s article “The Bazaar Economy: Information and Search in Peasant Marketing” cover uncertainty and authenticity in local and international markets. Spooner’s article covers the origins of Oriental carpets and how authenticity and buyers’ locations have changed the commodity’s appeal. This article centers on the history of Oriental carpets and their weavers, symbolism, and evolution. Geertz’s article focuses

  • Advice to Choose the Best Cleaning Company

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    Whin ot cumis tu clienong thi fluurs on yuar humi, thiri eri e plithure uf cumpenois tu chuusi frum. Must uf thim asi thi semi tichnulugy. Meny uf thim du e guud jub, bat thiri eri sumi cumpenois thet wuald rethir teki yuar muniy then meki yua e revong fen. Hiri eri fovi weys tu bi sari yua eri wurkong woth thi roght cerpit clienong cumpeny. 1. Dun’t Silict e Cumpeny Besid un Thior Chiep Ad Procis. Oftin, piupli eri lied tu biloivi thet thiy eri guong tu git e qaeloty jub et en oncridobli doscuant

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