Our Mission Is To Provide
THE MOST OUTSTANDING CLEANING SERVICE EXPERIENCE EVER
Oriental & Area Rug Cleaning
- Pre Wash Inspection
- Color & Dye Test
- Vacuum & Dusting
- Spot Treatment
- Pet Urine Decontamination and Treatment
- Full Submersion Bath
- PH Conditioning Rinse
- Drying Process
- Final Inspection and Wrapped For Delivery
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Our 9 step Rug Cleaning Process
Step 1 - Pre wash inspection
Our pre-was inspection will also detail any fringe issues, pet urine or insect damage as well as any other concerns we may have. We will photograph the rug and discuss with you our findings before moving to step 2.
If you bring your rug to our shop we will perform the inspection with you present. If we pick up your rug, our technicians will perform the per-wash inspection and call you with their findings. We can also e-mail pictures of our findings if necessary.
Step 2 - Color & Dye Test
Step 3 - Vacuum and dusting
A wool rug can hold POUNDS of soil in its fibers before beginning to look dirty. So prior flooding a rug with pounds of dirt, dander and other contaminants that can turn to mud, we thoroughly vacuum both sides of the rug and give it a good dusting. This thorough “dusting” allows us to remove years of deep-set soil and other contaminants left behind by the owners’ vacuum cleaner.
Step 4 - Spot Treatment
step 5 - Pet Urine decontamination & Treatment
We can effectively treat most rugs for urine decontamination. If we feel a rug is beyond salvaging, we will tell you. To determine this, we will need to inspect the rug in person.
Step 6 - Full Submersion Bath
The rug is washed using mild rug shampoo and cool water just like you would with your wool or cotton sweater. We avoid hot water, harsh detergents, and high heat.
step 7 - PH Conditioning rinse
step 8 - drying process
By not using hot water during washing or high heat in drying, you avoid the worry of shrinking.
Wool and silk fibers are similar to quality wool and cotton fabrics, so a gentle wash and “dry out flat” is how they have been washed for ages. But, as with your brand new clothing items, there may be a very slight shrinking for its very first cleaning of perhaps an inch, but after the first wash that is no longer a concern (unless of course the rug is improperly cleaned with high heat carpet cleaning machines in your home, which can shrink, misshapen, bleed, and harm your rugs) You should NEVER allow your rugs to be cleaned in your home by a carpet cleaning company.