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You want your home to be as safe as possible for your family. In the wake of an accident like a house fire, many people talk about the things they wish they had done to make the home safer. Why not think about those things right now so that you can stave off any such incidents? Here are some tips that can help ensure your home is as safe as can be.
Carpet has been the preferred type of flooring in the past, but there are several options that are more hygienic and hypoallergenic. Carpet can keep the feet warm and provide a softer surface to step on; however, the same properties that offer these benefits can cause substantial problems. The carpet’s fibers make the carpet plush, but the fiber get food, dirt, dust and dead skin trapped inside. This attracts dust mites to collect as they feed on human skin cells. The combined dust and dust mite fecal matter cause allergy issues. The padding that is placed underneath carpet to provide cushion can also store debris and mold. This can further aggravate allergies. The best option is to choose a form of hard flooring, which is easier to clean and keep clean.
In the last week, I was invited to a birthday party of my friend and I saw beautiful vinyl wall decals in his bed room and it looked really amazing. He bought them at magicwall.co.uk It was printed as red lips with a love quotation and a small dim light reflected on the wall decal. When I asked about the decals to my friend, he told me that it is available in the online portals like the site he bought or vinylwallartdecal.com and it is very simple to install. I have searched for the wall decals online search engine and I have got many designs and colorful vinyl wall decals across the various shopping portals. Now I have decorated all of rooms including bathroom, with various wall decals. Continue Reading…
Alternative Housewife is about maintaining a fabulous and eco-friendly household on a budget. My name is Janine and I live in Portland with my husband Donny and our sons Sebastian (Bass) and Ezekiel (Zeke).
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