Is It Good to Dry Your Bathroom Rugs?

Wash them, then let them air dry. Put them in the dryer for about 5 min. to fluff them

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1. whats the best vacuum to buy? I want something good for wood floors and area rugs. Thanks!?

I got a sears kenmore canister vac. Works great and cost less than a lot of more expensive heavier vacuums

2. I am looking for floor rugs that do not attract animal fur.?

If you are asking about area rugs, then the braided rugs are not too bad for that but they can slip so need something under it to stop the slipping (stitching rubber sealer rings in random places can work)..I have a couple of natural coloured sheep skin rugs that seem good..the hair from my dog (who sleeps on one a lot or from the cats - have two) does not seem to stick to it at all! The only problem I have with the sheepskin is that you have to have it specially cleaned. ..but looks great.

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3. How do I get my dog to stop scratching rugs when I'm not home, he has separation anxiety?

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4. best way to design a beach house?

Like the first answerer said, disaster proof is a start. Think about why you would buy, or have bought the property to build on. Most likely the view? When will it be used? All year, or just the warm months. This will help determine the number of windows, and how big. If it's only the warm months, have huge windows to capture the view. Think about how the house should face to maximize your view and or natural light, the path of the sun to make it energy efficient of cool in summer, and hot in winter. Think twice if it is all year around due to heat loss. Same goes with having a fireplace. Is it high on a hill? How about a wrap around porch? Do you want rustic, clapboard shingles or modern, steel type construction? Are there surrounding houses? You probably do not want to clash with area designs indicative of that place. If you love the scene around you, try using those as a color palette when you chose tile, wall color, rugs, wood cabinets etc. Hope this help generate ideas.

5. THE BEST ( WORST) RUGS FOR HIGH TRAFFIC AREAS

I've told this story before, so bear with me one more time if you've heard it already...Chris and I were browsing the aisles of Home Depot when we stumbled upon the most gorgeous plush rug we had ever laid eyes on. And then we touched it and we were sold...like immediately. We bought two and put those beautiful creamy white shag rugs in our living room and bedroom. Here's the deal with shag rugs, they are not ever to be used in high or medium traffic rooms! Thanks to our heavy foot traffic, our stunning shag rugs matted down within a month and our love for them drifted away along with the money we spent on them. :) Since then I've learned the importance of researching what types of rugs are best for high traffic areas and as a result of some heavy google searching, I've learned what materials are best and worst. So when it comes to high traffic rooms, avoid these types of rugs: None Plush Rugs: Whether they are shag, fur, or just have plush embellishments, plush rugs are known for matting and being difficult to clean and maintain. If it's a soft cloud under your feet that you want, consider putting a thick rug pad under your rug instead. None Rugs made from silk or viscose: Silk and viscose (which is similar to silk) are both delicate materials. Although they look beautiful, they are fragile and can wear down easily from heavy foot traffic. None Rugs with a thick pile height: Typically rugs with a pile height of 0.75" or more are plush and like I said earlier...plush is not your friend in high traffic rooms. Instead, DO get these types of rugs: None Wool - Wool is known for being one of the more resilient materials. It's soft and resistent to stains and water. You may have to pay more upfront but it's more likely to last longer! Keep in mind that wool is not ideal for damp or humid rooms and it may shed (but that should lessen with time). None Cotton/Flat-weave - Many flat-weave rugs are made from cotton which is a fairly durable fabric. It's known for being easy to clean and some can even be tossed in the washing machine! It's also soft on the feet and cotton rugs are typically reasonably priced! None Jute or Sisal - Natural rugs made from jute or sisal are strong and often very affordable! They can handle the abrasion of heavy foot traffic and are an excellent base option for layering rugs. The negatives to natural fiber rugs are that they stain easily, they can be difficult to clean, and they are course under your feet. (Which again, that's why they are great for layering under rugs.) None Synthetic - Rugs made from man-made materials such as nylon or polypropylene are some of the most common rug types on the market. They are made to withstand heavy foot traffic, they are easy to clean and they are stain resistent. They are also pretty affordable. None Rugs with a low pile height - Rugs that have a pile height of 0.5" or less are generally easier to maintain and clean. Here are some great options for high traffic rugs that I found and love!

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