Carpets are the biggest air filter in a property and they trap dust, dirt, mites and bacteria. This means your carpets could also be 4000 times dirtier than your toilet seat.
Rugs can add a nice warm feeling to a room in your property. Rugs can be cleaned using the same principles as our carpet cleaning and dry carpet cleaning methods. The option we choose will depend on the material type as some rugs are delicate and expensive. We will also employ more advanced rug cleaning methods when it is required.
There are a few risks involved when trying to perform rug cleaning yourself with off the shelf or hired products. Most of them lead to permanent damage. Here are some benefits to hiring a professional rug cleaning company.
Rugs can be an expensive addition to add character and that personal touch to a room. From time to time accidents will happen and general wear and tear comes into play. What most people don’t understand is that the material a rug is made from determines the cleaning method. For example we would never hot water extract a rug that has colour dye such as vegetable dye rugs.
There is simply no guarantee that stain can be completely removed from your rug. So many factors come into play when it comes to stains and while we make no promises, we do often get impressive results. If our process cannot remove the stain then no one or no other method will.
We have collected our most frequently asked questions ( FAQ’s ) relating to professional rug cleaning to help you find relevent information and to answer your general queries.
A. Cleaning intervals will depend on how much traffic the rug gets. Rugs located in hallways and busy areas of the house should be cleaned every 8-12 months.
Rugs in rooms that are rarely used can be cleaned every 1-2 years depending on their use.
A. Not all stains can be removed, even with professional cleaning. The kind of stain, length of time it’s been on the rug, and the general condition of the fibers, all play a role in stain removal. Things such as pet urine, coffee, tea, and alcohol can permanently discolor or re-dye the fibers.
A. Make sure to vacuum your rugs often. Vacuum your rugs at least once a week, more often in high traffic areas of your house. Doing so will keep your rugs in good condition. Also make sure to clean up spills as soon as they happen. If left too long, they can create stains that cannot be removed, even with professional cleaning.
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