Every Heirloom and Large Area Rug Deserves Our Rug Spa Service
Many of these antique hand woven rugs from the Near East and Asia have been passed down from generation to generation. Not always certain where each rug was made, we may decide to take the precaution of using dye stabilizers. This ensures that the vibrant reds and purples of your rug do not migrate or “bleed.” Afterwards, we dust the rug to remove dry particulate before your rug gets a thorough washing in our wash plant.
Machine Woven Wool Rugs
Machine woven wool rugs offer all the long lasting benefits of wool with more contemporary designs that fit more modern styles of decorating. A pet accident or use of the wrong spotter are some of the only things that can hurt the color here. These durable, heavier pile rugs often hide soil and fine particulates deep inside. Therefore, a thorough dusting comes first, followed by an immersion wash.
Tufted Wool Rugs
Tufted wool rugs are one of the more common types of rugs we find in a home in this area. These rugs use a latex-based adhesive to bond a secondary backing to the rug. So, over time the latex can break down to a powdery substance often left on the floor. Normally, we do not immersion wash tufted rugs for this reason. These rugs must be carefully cleaned in order to maintain the integrity of that latex and the backing. Upon inspection of your rug, we will discuss options for the most effective cleaning.
Sisal, Seagrass & Jute Rugs
These natural plant based fibers make beautiful neutral colored rugs that are popular with designers and homeowners. However, the loose and open texture gives soil and debris plenty of places to hide. Thorough air dusting and vacuuming, followed by careful washing and special rinsing, enables us to brighten up these natural fibers. It also brightens the edging or binding materials. Note: water based spills will leave permanent dark stains.
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Area rugs are a great addition to any room, but they are often home to much of the dust, dirt, and other pollutants tracked in from outside.
They act as indoor door matts trapping and holding soil and debris.
Many of the hallway runners, entry rugs, and den rugs we pick up for our superb rug cleaning service are in high traffic areas of homes and offices. Colored and patterned rugs camouflage soil and spills that would normally stand out on lighter and more solid colored carpet.
Particulates embed themselves into the darker fibers of your rugs and are unnoticeable until they are put through our unmatched 8 Step Rug Cleaning process outlined on the cleaning page.