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Rug Cleaning Pembroke Park

Step 1

Step 1 - Inspection - our specialized technicians will carefully examine all areas of the rug, which includes; main body, fringes, and side edges. If Any damage, stains or spots are detected they will be noted to allow proper protection from further damage during our Antique cleaning/washing process. If incase damage is noted, we advice costumer to repair the rug before cleaning service to avoid any future damage.

Step 2

Step 2 - Air Dusting - We then remove all dry soil and dust from the rug with our specialized designed air-dusting machines. This is an important step becouse we must remove all dry soil and dust, before undertaking any Antique rug cleaning through procedure involving water. This process takes between 30-60 minutes, where the machine removes several pounds of dry particules, debris, soil and loose fiber from an area rug. This step is done to ensure colors in the area rug to come alive and bright.

Step 3

Step 3 - Dye Bleed Test - During this step we test the dye of your rug to make sure each color of the rug is stable and will not bleed during the Antique rug cleaning washing or dry process. This is a very important step as some rugs and kilims are not color fast and the dye may run as the result of cleaning them with water in situation like this, we at antique rug cleaning will block it with our trademarked Dye-lock treatment to guarantee no-color running or bleeding occurs .

Step 4

Step 4 - Washing - During our 4 step of rug washing , we first begin to soak the area rug in 3-4 inches of water to reduce, soil, dirt, and spotting through water saturation and adding gentle antique rug cleaning products that are made specifically for natural fibers. Our products are strong enough for tough soils, but gentle on the fiber. We then genlty brush antique rug cleaning products into the rug. After we begin gentle bath using compressed air and fresh water continiously, this is to ensure that all excess cleaning fluids are removed.

Step 5

Step 1 - Inspection - our specialized technicians will carefully examine all areas of the rug, which includes; main body, fringes, and side edges. If Any damage, stains or spots are detected they will be noted to allow proper protection from further damage during our Antique cleaning/washing process. If incase damage is noted, we advice costumer to repair the rug before cleaning service to avoid any future damage.

Step 6

Step 2 - Air Dusting - We then remove all dry soil and dust from the rug with our specialized designed air-dusting machines. This is an important step becouse we must remove all dry soil and dust, before undertaking any Antique rug cleaning through procedure involving water. This process takes between 30-60 minutes, where the machine removes several pounds of dry particules, debris, soil and loose fiber from an area rug. This step is done to ensure colors in the area rug to come alive and bright.

Step 7

Step 3 - Dye Bleed Test - During this step we test the dye of your rug to make sure each color of the rug is stable and will not bleed during the Antique rug cleaning washing or dry process. This is a very important step as some rugs and kilims are not color fast and the dye may run as the result of cleaning them with water in situation like this, we at antique rug cleaning will block it with our trademarked Dye-lock treatment to guarantee no-color running or bleeding occurs .

Step 8

Step 4 - Washing - During our 4 step of rug washing , we first begin to soak the area rug in 3-4 inches of water to reduce, soil, dirt, and spotting through water saturation and adding gentle antique rug cleaning products that are made specifically for natural fibers. Our products are strong enough for tough soils, but gentle on the fiber. We then genlty brush antique rug cleaning products into the rug. After we begin gentle bath using compressed air and fresh water continiously, this is to ensure that all excess cleaning fluids are removed.

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