IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR RUG DOCTOR - In this infographic provided by Rug Doctor via AP images on Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013, findings included in this infographic are based on results from the Rug Doctor Clean Carpet Conundrum survey, which focused on the cleaning habits, and judgments, of U.S. consumers. The survey found that while only 13 percent of Americans feel they clean carpet as frequently as they should, 37 percent reported they judge others based on the cleanliness of their carpet – showing those who worry about what others think of their carpet (41 percent) are not so paranoid after all. Rug Doctor partnered with Edelman Berland to conduct the online poll, which surveyed regular cleaning routines of more than 1,000 U.S. consumers, ages 18-64, who clean their home at least once per month. For more information, visit http://rent.rugdoctor.com/. (Rug Doctor via AP Images)

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IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR RUG DOCTOR - In this infographic provided by Rug Doctor via AP images on Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013, findings included in this infographic are based on results from the Rug Doctor Clean Carpet Conundrum survey, which focused on the cleaning habits, and judgments, of U.S. consumers. The survey found that while only 13 percent of Americans feel they clean carpet as frequently as they should, 37 percent reported they judge others based on the cleanliness of their carpet – showing those who worry about what others think of their carpet (41 percent) are not so paranoid after all. Rug Doctor partnered with Edelman Berland to conduct the online poll, which surveyed regular cleaning routines of more than 1,000 U.S. consumers, ages 18-64, who clean their home at least once per month. For more information, visit http://rent.rugdoctor.com/. (Rug Doctor via AP Images)
IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR RUG DOCTOR - In this infographic provided by Rug Doctor via AP images on Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013, findings included in this infographic are based on results from the Rug Doctor Clean Carpet Conundrum survey, which focused on the cleaning habits, and judgments, of U.S. consumers. The survey found that while only 13 percent of Americans feel they clean carpet as frequently as they should, 37 percent reported they judge others based on the cleanliness of their carpet – showing those who worry about what others think of their carpet (41 percent) are not so paranoid after all. Rug Doctor partnered with Edelman Berland to conduct the online poll, which surveyed regular cleaning routines of more than 1,000 U.S. consumers, ages 18-64, who clean their home at least once per month. For more information, visit http://rent.rugdoctor.com/. (Rug Doctor via AP Images)
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