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Home Staging Tips

Posted: 10/18/2013

A clean, bright, uncluttered home can be easier to sell for a higher price
A clean, bright, uncluttered home can be easier to sell for a higher price.

(NAPSI)—If you’re putting your home on the market, home staging is an important element in preparing your home for sale. The idea is to spruce up inside and outside and pack away personal items that may distract a buyer. One family’s keepsakes are another family’s clunkers, so pack away cute photos, unusual artwork and accessories, and replace tired towels, bedding and curtains. Clean out overstuffed closets so they look roomier.

A little maintenance can help get the best price for your home. Wood floors are a big selling point, so make sure yours look their best. Minwax Hardwood Floor Cleaner will remove dirt and grime without leaving any residue. If your floors are scuffed and scratched, bring back their warm sheen without the mess and expense of refinishing. Minwax Hardwood Floor Reviver is easy to apply and refreshes worn hardwood floors.

Finally, small details count: Touch up nicks and scratches in woodwork and wood furniture with an easy-to-use stain pen, such as the Minwax Wood Finish Stain Marker.

You can learn more at Now your home will be ready for its close-up.


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