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December 07, 2009

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It is a nice blog. Yes you have written good things here. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

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very good information about carpet and carpets very helpful

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Cool blog, great posts, love the stories, xx

Phillip

Great blog. Glad I found it. Look forward to continue reading it. Thanks!

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Well, with the kind of society we have right now that is gearing towards a greener environment we really have to look forward to what can we contribute to save mother Earth. Having cleaning products for our carpets that are environment friendly and non toxic can be a simple step. Thanks a lot for this inquiry. More power.

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Thanks for the awesome carpet tips. I'll take note of these and use them whenever I clean my carpets again. I'll pass this post on to my friends who have carpets as well. I'll look for more posts about carpets in your blog. I know I'm going to learn a lot from them. Keep up the good work, Mr. Green!

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Shirlene Hinsey

Yes, using green products in cleaning carpets are simple steps in contributing to achieve greener planet. This is also beneficial to cleaners for the formula is safer and won’t compromise their health. My friends have been doing the “Acts of Green” in Indianapolis, IN and they did great in influencing others to do the same. Put in mind that little steps are the first stage in achieving a GOAL.

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Persian carpets are the best for me so i never ordinary products in cleaning them. i always use green products.

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Carpets and rugs are very useful, not only they provide beauty but also prevent your floors from getting worn out. People nowadays are more aware of the environment and I am glad that there are companies who are moving into eco-friendly materials.

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Do not just replace your carpets, try refurbishing or cleaning it. A good way to save some money.

Lyda Tavorn

Implementing a shoes-off-in-the-house rule is a great idea. The thought of recycling an old carpet is nice. After all, it might need just a little TLC to make it look brand new, right?

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Thanks for the very informative post about carpets. I'm an Eczema sufferer and I wonder whether it's ok for me to have carpets at home? I heard that carpet may harbor allergens that will trigger my eczema break outs more often.

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