I just finished my Monday heavy-housecleaning chores, that today included scrubbing a 100 sq. ft. patch of carpet between the door to the garage, the front entry door, and the door from the Garden Room atrium into the great room.

I had procrastinated too long I thought as after an hour of scrubbing with a gallon of solution I could still see variations of color and brightness. Well heck, I thought, maybe I'll have to pay for a service call (Island, remember, 100 mile round trip). So I spent another hour rinsing and drying until my carpet cleaner's moisture detector showed none. I brought out a utility fan and arranged it to sweep the carpet and put away my cleaning materials.

Then I turned off the little chandelier and all of its little shadows and bright spots disappeared. I am very pleased.