There is a lot of false information around as it pertains to rug cleaning with many people thinking that professional rug cleaning services should not be used, especially on fancy and delicate rugs. This false information has become quite common and it’s unfortunate because nothing could be further from the truth. That all being said we want to take the opportunity to put these rumors to rest.
The No Professional Clean Myth
After you read this next passage you will understand why we address this kind of fear. We are 100% aligned with people who state that you shouldn't endeavor to clean fancy carpets on your own. Cleaning using spa and water and then drying in the sun, just as you would with a car mat, is an approach which will fade and shorten the life of you rug. That being stated, there are various techniques that we will use for each specific rug type and all of these will get your rug clean and fresh.
Steam Cleaning & Other Methods
One of our increasingly popular strategies for cleaning rugs is our proprietary steam cleaning technique. This wont work for all rug types though, and for these we have different methods which will be just as effective. But trust in us, we know the right way to clean your rugs.
Proper Drying Is An Absolute Must
Using the suns rays to dry a rug is not a good idea, this result in a rug that dries very hard. And nor is drying a rug in the shade a good idea. This is because the rug will stay wet for a very long time and the presence of this much moisture in a rug over such an extended period of time will eventually penetrate the rug and leave an odor which will not be pleasant. Our professional drying methods are just as important as the clean itself.
Fabric Type Will Determine The Cleaning Approach
We are not enthused about telling customers that we will be finished within 20 or 30 minutes. The reason that we don't do that is exceptionally straightforward. The kind of texture that we are working with decides the length of the procedure. When you need to do things right; sometimes this takes a little extra time.