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How to hide the fact that you've moved furniture

If you're moving furniture around to better stage a room, and the room has a carpet, you end up with those annoying indentations where the old furniture sat.

Here's a quick way to get rid of them. Drop an icecube in the indentation, and leave it there for about five minutes. Then simply fluff up the nap with a comb. No one will know the furniture's been moved.
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