Dedicated Rug Cleaning Facility
Our local, purpose designed rug cleaning facility ensures that your area rugs are cleaned in a controlled environment. This is important, since it allows us to adjust the cleaning process to suit the style and construction of every area rug we clean. In-home cleanings are often unable to achieve the results that are possible in a dedicated facility. If you want the most thorough cleaning for your area rugs, please call us for help, advice and pricing.
How We Clean Rugs
1. Rug Inspection
Before we clean, we inspect. To assess the your rug’s materials, method of construction and types of soil. This will allow us to chose the best cleaning treatment for your area rug.
2. Dry Soil Removal
Deep embedded soil can’t allways be vacuumed from a rug. We ‘dust’ the rug using harmonic vibrations produced by a specialized dusting machine.
We often remove pounds of dirt from a single rug using our dusting machine.
3. Spot Treatment
Sometimes spots in a rug receive a pre-treatment, so that they can be successfully removed during the cleaning process.
4. Topical Wash
Many rugs can be cleaned using a gentle topical washing and extraction process. Tufted rugs that have an unstable backing are often best suited for this method.
5. Immersion Pool
Deep soluble soil can be flushed out in a shallow immersion pool. Many of our oriental rugs are cleaned in this way. In fact throughout history this was often the method of choice for natural wool and silk based rugs.
6. Moisture Extraction and Drying
Excess moisture is removed using an extraction tool. Then we use large air movers and a specialized drying tower to quickly dry the rug.
7. Post Cleaning Stain Removal
Stubborn stains can be treated after drying using specialized stain removal treatments.
8. Fringe Cleaning
Cotton fringe can be treated and cleaned after the area rug has dried.
9. Final Inspection and Wrapping
The rug is inspected for the last time then wrapped in brown kraft paper for storage and return to the client.
Scheduling Your Rug Cleaning
Call to schedule a Free Estimate now!
Due to the wide range of material & construction among Oriental Area Rugs, we’d like to discuss– and possibly examine– your rug beforehand. Call and we can provide more specifics on our cleaning process & delivery process. Call us now at (800)935-6705.
Chris S, Agoura Hills
EXCELLENT SERVICE! The owners of this company take a lot of pride in making sure the results are very good. We used them for our whole house and we had a lot of pet smell issues that had accumulated over the last 15 years. We didnt have the funds to buy new carpet so we thought we would try them. They were able to get the pet smell out and they even were able to get oil paint from my 2 year old out of an upstairs bedroom carpet. Would use again.
Matthew W, West Lake Village
They cleaned our carpet on March 24th. They arrived on time (early actually) and we were very pleased with the job they did on our carpets, and the cost was very reasonable.
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