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By Paula Hathaway, REALTOR, LBA, ...A Local Expert in all The Hamptons
(Douglas Elliman Real Estate)
A "GO TO" GUIDE TO THE HAMPTONS--PART II--Casual Chic; that is the best way I can tell you about this part of the Hamptons. There is no bustling Village as you find in Southampton and East Hampton. There are more farmstands than there are shops and grocery stores. The way of life here is guided by the lifestyle that the Hamptons prides itself on: Ocean beaches, grassy meadows, beach plum thickets along the dunes, clam bakes "at the cut", lobster dinners on the beach and a laid back attitude that has been reserved for the rich and famous since time began....This is PART II of my "GO TO" guide to the Hamptons. This part will cover the hamlets of Bridgehampton and Sagaponack. In this post I will give you the best parts of these two Hamlets and will identify the differences and the similari...
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By Dan Johns, Professional furniture Restoration services
Similar to having a child, owning a pet, means flooring is likely to see increased traffic and possible stains from time to time. House-training animals from the onset is not always a foolproof plan. Accidents can still occur. Knowing how to remove stains efficiently and quickly before irreparable harm is done, is necessary.Protecting Carpet and UpholsteryIf an accident to carpets or upholstery is caught while still warm, use a towel that absorbs liquids from fabric. It may be necessary to replace the towel with a dry one to get as much stain as possible out of the fabric. Then use a commercial cleaner, with enzymes, that is specifically designed for pet stains. Enzymes are useful in removing bacteria that causes stains to emit bad odors. Enzyme-based cleaners help to remove stains with...
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