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Stash the trash bins and improve curb appeal

By Kerry Derwent-Robb

It's one of my pet peeves, but I'm sure others share it.

When you're cleaning and tidying the front yard to stage for great curb appeal, don't forget the trash bins. Take garbage cans, recycling bins, and other functional containers and hide them away out back.

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