In India, where carpet-mat floors are considered an integral part of the kitchen and a staple of the home, carpet is considered the worst carpet.
A study conducted by the Delhi-based Centre for Research on Sustainable Development (CRED) found that the average cost of cleaning a floor is Rs.2,500, while a new floor needs Rs.3,500 to be repaired and a new coat of paint to be applied.
In addition, carpet costs up to Rs.6,000 to clean.
Even with a good cleaning program, floor molds are still a problem for many families.
In India alone, more than 6.5 million families suffer from molds that have not been cleaned.
The problems are often caused by the carpet-making process, which can cause the floor to stick together or even clog with mould spores.
The cleaning process is very time consuming and can take up to two months.
However, it is not always easy to clean the floor and carpet.
In order to reduce the time spent cleaning a home, the government in India has introduced the new floor moulding program.
It is one of the most effective ways to improve the health of the household, especially for the elderly and the less well-off.
The government has set up a project called “New Floor Molding” to clean and restore floor moulds in the country.
A report by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has been published recently, which says that a total of 1.8 million new floor mounds were identified through the program.
These mounds are then placed in clean rooms for a period of six months.
The report says that the mounds will be cleaned and re-painted once the new mounds have been cleaned by the masons.
The MHA says that this is the first time that mounds of a new carpet floor have been brought under the programme.
“As the government’s new floor molding programme has been implemented, we have also implemented an earlier programme to clean a lot of carpet mounds that have been identified through other programmes,” a spokesperson from the ministry said.
The mounds need to be cleaned in a vacuum, and the carpet will be washed twice and then air dried, before being returned to the carpet molding process.
This is how the programme works.
A vacuum cleaner is used to clean mounds The vacuum cleaner used in the cleaning process consists of a vacuum cleaner, an air dryer, a water dryer and a carpet cleaner.
In this process, the carpet cleaner is placed on a vacuum and the vacuum is pulled up, and then a dryer is applied.
A water drier is used for cleaning the carpet.
The water driers water that has been used in other carpet mixtures and then mixed with the carpet mixture.
The carpet is then washed twice.
After the carpet has been cleaned, the vacuum cleaner was used to dry the carpet, and finally the water dryers was used again.
This process takes around 30 minutes.
The vacuum cleaners can be purchased from various retailers and are used in a variety of households.
The air dryers are used for drying carpet in a large number of households, and are cheaper to buy than the vacuum cleaners.
The first mounds in the program are being cleaned at the homes of the residents.
The process starts with a vacuum cleaning the floors of the homes.
After this, a mason takes a vacuum out of a truck and takes it to a house where the carpet is being cleaned.
This mason removes the carpet from the floor of the house and then brings the vacuum back to the house.
The next step is to clean all of the molds in the house, which takes around five hours.
Once all of them have been removed, the mould cleaners take them to a cleaning facility and dry them in the vacuum for two hours.
Finally, the air dry the mound for one hour.
The final step is for the carpet to be re-treated.
In some cases, the floors have not even been properly cleaned.
Moulds can be resold The Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation (MOHPAI) has recently announced that it will introduce a program for the purchase of mounds through online marketplace.
This new program will include the purchase and delivery of moulding materials and a clean-up programme for mounds, and a free, one-time application fee of Rs. 1,000.
The ministry has also put in place a mobile app to collect data on mounds and provide information about the mudding of molds.
It has also launched a website that helps people locate mounds to clean them, and to get information about how to get the mummified bodies of mummies.
In the meantime, the ministry has announced that there are no plans to extend the program to the whole country.
However the government is still working on a plan to expand the programme to other cities.