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An average dishwasher uses about 25 gallons of water per cycle.
Humans can live without food for over a month, but a person can not live without water for more then a week.
Showers, bathroom faucets, toilets, and kitchen sinks use up to 5 gallons of water per minute.
The average American uses at least 80 gallons of water per day
Cooking fires are the #1 cause of home fires and home fire injuries.
The majority of home fires 40% – start in the kitchen.
Candle fires accounted for an estimated 4% of all reported home fires in 2005.
Home fires caused 84% of civilian deaths and 77% of injuries
Heating fires are the second-leading cause of home fires.
Rubbing a stain can actually make it worse and permanently alter the look of the carpet fiber or fabric.
Crushing is the loss of pile thickness because of foot traffic.
Filtration soil may appear as dark or grayish lines on carpet along walls, stairways and under doors.
Dirty, airborne particles may be deposited on carpet, causing dulling.
The balls of fluff, or loose fibers, found on carpet or in the vacuum cleaner bag are the normal result of fiber left in the carpet from the manufacturing process.
Molds are found in virtually every environment and can be detected, both indoors and outdoors, year round.
Never mix bleach with ammonia or other household cleaners to clean mold. Mixing bleach with ammonia or other cleaning
products will produce dangerous, toxic fumes.
Mold growth is encouraged by warm and humid conditions.
Indoors they can be found where humidity levels are high, such as basements or showers. The structural damage that mold can cause to your home overtime can be substantial