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Deodorizing Techniques

“ An odor is a gas that people notice. Whether an odor is pleasant or unpleasant is very subjective. The odors a particular individual likes or…

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How to Remove Odors from Cars

Cars are typically the personal space for a few people. Odor control involves eliminating the source of the odor. Unfortunately, the source of the…

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How to Remove Urine Odors From Soft Surfaces

Effective urine treatments require source removal, odor removal, and stain removal. Sometimes this happens with one product or a few companion…

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Four Principles of Deodorization

Odor molecules will penetrate porous materials like carpet or fabric. Then they will gradually be released into the air. So, the odor may be…

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How to Build Trust in Days and Weeks, Not Years

I want to talk about building trust. Specifically, how your outside sales reps can build trust with potential affiliate partners. The standard…

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Business

Odor Detection

For us to sense an odor, odorous molecules must become volatile, that is become a vapor or gas, to circulate in the air and reach our noses and…

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Offensive Odors

Controlling odors can be complex. There is no ONE way or ONE product to “do it all”.  

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Becoming a Specialist for Maintaining Fine Home Furnishings

In today’s society, vocations are being more specialized day by day. Average consumers lead very busy lives and their schedule causes them to want to…

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Rugs Business

Sealers for Tile, Grout, and Stone

Sealers may be topical (meaning they stay on the surface) or impregnating (also called penetrating). Topical sealers give gloss or shine initially…

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Tile & Grout

Stains & Other Special Issues With Stone, Tile, & Grout

Efflorescence – Efflorescence is a white crystalline or powdery deposit on grout lines, stone, or porous tile. It’s caused by water traveling through…

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Tile & Grout