Some people decorate their homes with standard multi-produced rugs. Some choose to financially invest in a more expensive rug or perhaps make use of a family heirloom. Either way, rugs of any nature and price perform a similar function, namely, they act as a barrier between a person and the ground. As such, their job is to collect dirt, dust, dander, sand, and any other elements one wishes to keep outside of their home.
Rug cleaning is the process of removing these dirt, dust, dander, sand, and other outdoor elements from a rug. The failure to remove these particles not only reduces the luster and durability of a rug, but can also have a potential health effect. These outdoor elements enter your home but should be removed because if they are not removed from your rugs (and your carpets and upholstery , as well), then they will certainly end up in your breathing air. When you clean a rug, you make room for new particles to enter, and mold can be among them. Then you clean them out and make room for new particles to enter, and so on and so forth. So, it’s a good idea to combine cleaning with regular mold testing service.
An attempt to clean a rug without the assistance of a professional rug cleaner may backfire due to either scrubbing too hard or using the wrong cleaning detergents and utensils. This is true in particular for natural fiber rugs, such as wool and silk, which have delicate fibers that can only be handled in very specific ways. It is for these reasons we have our own cleaning facility dedicated to more fragile rugs, such as Oriental and Persian rugs. More standardized rugs can be cleaned on your premises. In fact, we use many parts of the steam cleaning machine that we use in carpet cleaning, so having them both cleaned at the same time is a great opportunity.
For more information on rug cleaning or to schedule a free price estimate, please contact our customer service representatives today.
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