A product review of the Shark Navigator NV22L. This includes: the pros, the cons, basic troubleshooting tips, the customer care number, and my personal experience with the Shark Navigator.
Very few products that I've purchased in my lifetime have had the positive quality-of-life impact as has this amazing little floor-cleaning robot.
A step-by-step DIY home remedy for removing the smell of dog urine from carpets quickly without chemicals and how to find invisible stains with a UV black light!
To get candle wax or hair-removal wax out of carpet, use an iron or hair dryer and a paper towel to melt the wax into the paper and out of your carpet.
When you do the “the big clean”, you really need to know what you’re doing and be prepared for a thorough job. My personal recommendation is to use The Rug Doctor. You can rent one of these in most supermarkets in the US. They’ll sell you all of the cleaning supplies you’ll need, and the machine will cost about $25–$30 to rent for 24 hours.
Spilling red wine on white carpet is a huge bummer. But let me tell you, I've been there done that. It's much easier to clean up than you know. Here are some tips and tricks for getting those red wine stains out of carpet with items in your house.
We tested six top-rated and top-selling vacuums from Hoover, Shark, Dyson, Miele and Bissel and rated them according to durability and best overall value. The results surprised us and will surprise you too.
Professional carpet repair can be expensive. With a little patience, you can fix the burn damage to do-it-yourself. Here are the best tips that are convenient and effective.
A heated deep cleaner for carpets is essential for every homeowner. This review shows why the Bissell PROheat is an excellent choice.
Bleach spilled on your carpet? Need to know how to get it out or hide it? Here are some simple tricks that work, either for the short term or long term.
This review compares an old Roomba 400 series against the least-expensive robotic vacuum I could find. Although normally unbranded, these low-priced Chinese vacuums are sometimes labeled with names such as Corile or Wohome.