Rug Cleaning in Holly Springs , Mississippi
From preliminary inspection to final check, our company takes special care to properly manage your Oriental rug cleaning project. Since 1881, we have completed rug cleaning of every type of difficulty for clients that want to protect and maintain the appearance of their beautiful pieces.
Fred Remmers Rug Cleaners & Oriental Rug Gallery near Holly Springs, Mississippi can check out your rug and recommend a course of action. Our rug cleaning services are customized based on problems you have such as stains, damage, and more.
Oriental Rug Cleaning Includes a Specific Wash Process
One thing our customers inHolly Springs, Mississippi will tell you is that we are consistent in all of the work we complete, no matter how intense the cleaning process needs to be. It is not uncommon for us to handle deeply embedded pet stains, heavy discoloration, and large amounts of dirt and dust. The basics of a typical oriental rug cleaning include:
- Pre-Wash Inspection: This includes determining the condition of the rug and deciding if treatment is needed before we wash the rug.
- Dusting: This involves removing 100% of the dust from the rug with state-of-the-art methods.
- Pre-Spot Tough Stains: This customized step may involve special treatment, enzyme treatment, and color restoration.
- Submersion Wash: This includes washing the rug on both sides with our gentle yet effective shampoos.
- Soaking: Allowing the rug to soak fully in this overnight step removes dirt, liquids, and more.
- Brushing: This includes brushing the rug with special grooming tools.
- Drying: This goes on in a climate-controlled room that leaves your rug dry in about six hours.
- Final Inspection: This is conducted to make sure every aspect of the cleaning service was handled properly and to our own standards.
Add On Services Extends Your Rug’s Lifetime
When you are already investing in a piece which is especially important to your family or friends we recommend adding on services including scotch guarding, rug deodorizing, and/or moth proofing.
Scotch guarding allows you to walk, run, play, and relax on or around your rug without worrying about damages caused by spills. No matter how careful you are, it is always best to prepare for an accident because they do happen. Deodorizing is especially recommended for pet owners and people that are looking to store their rug for more than a few months. With storage in mind, you may also want to add moth proofing to prevent any major damage while your rug is not in use.
You shouldn’t be worried about every foot that steps on your rug. One of the best things about owning a beautiful oriental rug is showing it off and displaying it in your home. Without being able to do this, there is no benefit to owning the piece. We give you peace of mind as you live your daily life by offering special types of rug cleaning treatment to get rid of every type of damage caused, including the most difficult of circumstances.
Contact us today to schedule an appointment for rug cleaning. We are proud to serve clients inHolly Springs, Mississippi , and the surrounding areas.
Tips for Cleaning Area Rugs
One of the first things to do as far as rug cleaning is concerned is to work out what our rug is made of. There are so many different types of materials that make up many different combinations of rugs that this is sometimes not as easy as it sounds. Hopefully, there will be a small tag somewhere on the rug that will help us identify what type of material it is made of. This in turn will then determine what method of cleaning we should adopt with it.
Depending on what type of solutions we use to clean our rug will also determine how effective our rug cleaning exercise is going to be. Some rugs of course can easily be cleaned at home but there are a few that should probably be tackled by professional cleaners. This is partly due to the high cost of rugs and partly due to the fact that some tasks are better left to the pros.
Some type of oriental rugs can be a lot harder to clean than your everyday rug and may even be damaged if not cleaned in exactly the right manner. One of the facts to think about is if the rug is colorfast or not. Rugs are more susceptible to fading their colors than normal types of carpets and then there is the consideration of the dyes being affected and any color transfer that may occur.
It may seem a little clearer now, why it is sometimes easier to let a professional cleaner do our rug cleaning for us. Yet another factor to think about in our cleaning task is to try and prevent any shrinkage from happening in our precious rug.
We should also take into consideration the type of flooring that lies under the rug as well. This is important, because if a damp rug is left on some wooden floor for instance they may damage them. You may notice that the professional cleaners will almost certainly clean your rugs away from your house, outside or even in their factory.
When cleaning your rug also be mindful of the fact that a rug should always be treated gently. Any undue force or pressure on the rug may actually damage it. Also always be careful of the chemicals you will use in cleaning your rugs, Some chemicals will actually cause more harm than good, best practice is to test a small area of the rugs on the underside of it with the cleaning solution you are going to use for your rug cleaning.
Carpet Cleaning - Understanding the Benefits
Oriental rug cleaning is more complicated than cleaning ordinary rugs. These types of rugs are delicate and quite expensive. Making a mistake by using the wrong kind of cleaning solution can be a costly and heart breaking mistake. If you can be extra careful, you can clean your oriental carpet yourself. But it may be wise to have a professional do it, just to be safe. Here are some tips on how to clean your beautiful rug.
The first thing to do is to vacuum your rug on both sides, the top and underside, to remove surface dust and dirt. Use a brush nozzle whose bristles are not too hard. Choose a brush attachment with softer bristles to reduce the chances of damaging the delicate fibers and threads on your carpet. Vacuum the tassels too if your rug comes with them.
Roll your rug and take it outside, the backyard may be a good place. Unroll it on a clean tarp that is spread on the ground. Fill a bucket with a gallon of water and mix in ¼ cup of liquid dish soap. Mix the solution until soap suds form. Oriental rug cleaning should be done carefully so use a soft brush to gently scrub the soap mixture into your rug.
Scrub it in a circular motion until it is thoroughly cleaned. Rinse it under cool running water with a garden hose. Rinse it long enough till you no longer see soap suds flowing down. A good way to rinse it is to hang it on a clothes line. Be sure the clothes line is strong enough to take the weight of wet rug. Spray the rug with water while it hangs on the line to rinse it.
You can also squeeze the rug to get rid of excess water. Do not twist the water out the way you would squeeze out water from laundered clothes. Remember that Oriental rug cleaning has to be done with care. You can leave it on the line to drip and then later transfer it on the ground on top of a clean tarp to let it dry flat. Keep the carpet away from direct sunlight to prevent color fading.
After the top dries, flip it over to air dry the other side. If your rug is small and not too heavy, you can air dry it on the clothes line itself. Leaving a large rug that is wet and heavy on a line may snap the clothes line and make your newly cleaned carpet fall to the dirty ground. If you choose to leave a large rug on the line, place the tarp underneath to keep the rug clean in case it falls.
Oriental rug cleaning can be tough and labor intensive, especially if it is a large rug. You may need 2 to 3 people to help you handle a big wet rug. Think about this first before you decide to clean it yourself. You can always get a professional home cleaning company to shampoo it for you in case you don't have help around the house.