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Every year, my mom and dad invite my grandmother, my sister, my brother-in-law, my husband, and I to their house during the holidays. While all of us stay at my parents’ home, we make a big mess. I enjoy spending time with my family. However, I feel bad about getting my parents’ home dirty. Does your home look uncharacteristically messy since holiday guests left? Consider hiring a professional cleaning service to make it sparkle again. The skilled technicians from a cleaning service can shampoo your carpets, clean your oven, and dust your furniture. On this blog, I hope you will discover the amazing benefits of hiring a cleaning service to come to your home after the Christmas holidays. Enjoy!

Want to Bring Some Outdoor Plants into Your Home? Follow Tips on Avoiding Carpet Dirtiness

Many plants that thrive outdoors are not actually meant to do that well when brought inside. But this does not mean there are no plants out there that can act as an indoor or outdoor plant. If you got your hands on several of these plants and are ready to bring them inside, you should draw up a game plan. The main goal should be to prevent carpet damage, which is easy to cause in certain situations.

Do Not Cut Out Drainage Holes

It may be tempting to follow the same rules that you do outside and that is make sure to have drainage holes. They are essential for protecting plants when it rains outside and the rain builds up quick. However, you do not have to worry about random weather conditions causing such issues indoors. You can give the plants the exact amount of water that they need to keep the plants from needing to drain water.

Measure Water Demands

To follow up with not getting drainage holes, you have to know how much water you will be using. It is ideal to measure before you put the plants inside and then adjust the watering as needed. Dirty water making its way to the carpet will become extremely difficult to clean over time. If you are trying to find out exactly how much water to give, you can always start with a small amount of water, and then see how much each plant is able to consume without the top layer getting flooded with extra fluid.

Invest in Short, Heavy Pots

Another thing that you should know when it comes to growing plants indoors is that the pot you choose can have an enormous impact on your success with bringing plants inside. A strong pot is crucial to prevent roots from breaking through the pot and causing potential mess in your home. Metal is a versatile option because you can get thin or thick metal depending on your budget and preferences.

Short pots are stable, which will minimize the chance of them tipping over, costing you a lot in damage. This is especially true if you recently fed the plants as the water could be rather muddy.

The carpet will naturally get dirty over time, but you should not hesitate to invest in these methods to keep it from wearing down faster than normal due to poor indoor plant implementation.