Oops! I Spilled!

Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Agents Realty

"Cleaning your house while your kids are still growing is like shoveling the walk before it stops snowing."  Phyllis Diller

"Oops! I spilled!" Do you know how to clean up a spill from your beautiful carpet? Whether it's a child's spilled milk or an adult's goblet of wine, the first and most important step for preventing a spill from turning into a stain is by blotting up as much moisture as you possibly can.

If there are solids, scrape them up and blot with lots of clean towels. Paper towels work well. Here is one key pointer. Do not rub! If you're thinking of using spot remover, wait until you have thoroughly blotted the area. You probably know that club soda is an instant spot remover. Pour a little on the spot, wait a few seconds, and blot the area.

While you are waiting for the spot to dry, if you'd like the latest real estate news, or to check recent home sales in your area, please visit my web site at http://dallaschambers.agentsrealty.com  You'll see that we've taken the time to prevent problems in buying or selling real estate by providing the most current information the real estate marketplace.

I promise that when you invite me over to talk about buying or selling real estate that I'll deliver RE/MAX Premier Customer Service.  And I'll be neat. No spills! 

Dallas Chambers
(770) 595-1541

Each Office Independently Owned and Operated



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Dallas Chambers

RE/MAX Agents Realty

Office:  770-922-7777 X316

Cell:     770-595-1541

Web: www.dallasc.remax-georgia.com

E-Mail:  dallasc@remax.net

Each Office Independently Owned and Operated.  All information deemed reliable but not guaranteed.


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