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Types of Concrete Aggregate

Concrete flooring can be so much more than just slabs of crushed stone. Aggregates can be added to concrete to alter its look, as well as improve its structural...(more on Types of Concrete Aggregate)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Concrete Flooring on December 30, 2008
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Types of Concrete Aggregate

How to Remove Mascara from Carpet

While that black mascara can really make your eyes look amazing, it can make your carpet look hideous. If you accidentally drop your mascara wand onto your...(more on How to Remove Mascara from Carpet)

By FAF Staff Writer, Posted in Care And Maintenance on December 24, 2008
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How to Remove Mascara from Carpet

How to Remove Ketchup from Carpet

So you have a group of friends over to watch a big football game. Everyone has a burger or hot dog in hand when suddenly... touchdown! Everyone jumps up in...(more on How to Remove Ketchup from Carpet)

By FAF Staff Writer, Posted in Care And Maintenance on December 24, 2008
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How to Remove Ketchup from Carpet

How to Clean Stone Floors

There many different types of stone floors. The cleaning routine that's best suited for your floor depends on the type of stone floor that you have. In order to...(more on How to Clean Stone Floors)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Care And Maintenance on December 24, 2008
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How to Clean Stone Floors

How to Remove Lipstick from Carpet

Red lipstick can be a great way to give yourself a sexy pout... but if it falls into the wrong hands, (your kids, for instance) you might end up with bright red...(more on How to Remove Lipstick from Carpet)

By FAF Staff Writer, Posted in Care And Maintenance on December 23, 2008
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Stone Flooring Facts

Natural stones used in floor manufacturing can take many years to form. Because stones are natural and not man-made products, they each have very distinct...(more on Stone Flooring Facts)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Stone Flooring on December 23, 2008
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Stone Flooring Facts

History of Porcelain Tiles

Several tile flooring consumers have asked us about the history of porcelain and ceramic tiles. I recently wrote an article about ceramic tiles, but today I will...(more on History of Porcelain Tiles)

By Stacey Kosha, Posted in Tile Flooring on December 22, 2008
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History of Porcelain Tiles

Garage Flooring Options

Take your garage to the next level from the ground up. Garage flooring can span from decorative concrete, to rolled rubber flooring, to one of my favorites...(more on Garage Flooring Options)

By Stacey Kosha, Posted in Other Flooring on December 20, 2008
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Garage Flooring Options

Teak Flooring

Teak is a large tropical hardwood tree that's indigenous to Southeast Asia. Teak is often used to make boat decks, furniture (outdoor and indoor) and flooring....(more on Teak Flooring)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Hardwood Flooring on December 19, 2008
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Teak Flooring

Red and White Oak Flooring

Both white and red oak trees are capable of flourishing in a variety of habitats, and are two of the most popular hardwood floor types in the United States. While...(more on Red and White Oak Flooring)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Hardwood Flooring on December 19, 2008
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Red and White Oak Flooring
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