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March 19, 2005


Don't despair, Brian. You are not alone. Bob can never see dirt. If I say something is dirty, he'll say, "It looks clean to me". I think that's because he doesn't want to clean whatever it is.

Now, with carpets, you have to admit that dirty paws and shoes do cause carpets to become dirtier. And as with aging, it is not apparent on a day to day basis. Also alergens are tracked into the house. Laurel is correct. Sorry.

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