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 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.
From color restoration to hole repair, the integrity and timeless beauty of your oriental rug can be revived with Fred Remmers Rug Cleaners & Oriental Rug Gallery. Our company has been in business for more than 133 years and uses time-tested techniques for the best rug repair in the Mid-South. We treat every rug with care starting with a thorough initial assessment of its current condition. Trust our rug repairs in Memphis, Tennessee, to truly use the best workmanship around.
After investing in a beautiful rug from our store or inheriting a piece from a loved one, you want to do everything you can to make sure it stands the test of time. A sound investment that is well worth the money is adding a rug pad to your handmade rug. Whether you have a small runner or a palace size area rug, this simple item will prolong the life of your rug.
Fred Remmers Rug Cleaners & Oriental Rug Gallery specializes in everything to do with handmade rugs. From rug cleaning to rug sales, there is nothing we can’t help you with relating to the rug industry. Don’t delay the purchase of your rug pad in Memphis, Tennessee.
You love the way your professionally cleaned Oriental or specialty area rug looks when you get it back, right? So…why wouldn’t you want to make that look to last as long as it can? By adding Scotchgard™ to your rug cleaning order you can preserve that fresh & clean look a lot longer. Ask your rug specialist about our professionally applied Scotchgard™ rug protection. 3M recommends the application of Scotchgard™ after each cleaning on any rug fiber types. With a professional application of our Scotchgard™ rug protector, you will have the assurance that your rug is protected with a premium quality product. The next time you have your rugs professionally cleaned at Fred Remmers , be sure to ask us for the Scotchgard™ rug protector. Get in touch with us to get started!
We take the greatest care with all of our rugs, making thorough assessments before jumping in and cleaning anything. In this way, we have cleaning solutions for even the most delicate antique rugs, which prevent color seepage or fraying of any kind. Our cleaning techniques are designed to be gentle, and to bring out the best in your Oriental rug, and our patented tools are second to none for ensuring you get the best results, every time.
It’s time to say goodbye to pet odors or water damage, and get back the rug you love. Contact us today! You can also get a free estimate right here online! Here at Fred Remmers, we proudly provide a variety of rug cleaning services.
Wool moths, carpet beetles, crickets, and silverfish can all cause extensive damage to your oriental rugs. Typically they will impact areas that are dark and out of sight, so check your rugs under couches and furniture for signs of insects, eggs, or larvae. If you see any signs of infestation or want to prevent future damage, call us for rug mothproofing. We treat rugs with a mix of chemicals that renders the wool inedible to wool moth larvae and typically deters other insects as well. The chemical we use for moth-proofing is not an insecticide, and it’s not poisonous. It is designed for natural dyed oriental rugs and will last until the next rug cleaning. Pair your rug cleaning services with moth-proofing from Fred Remmers.
Trust our expertise and experience- We Fix Color Run for the RUG Industry Insiders and Collectors! From Orientals to antique silks and very intricate Persian rugs, We know the origin, wool or silk type, dye and age of each rug in such great detail. Every rug takes a special and unique process to remove the color run. Too often we receive beautiful rugs for a routine wash and we find it covered with acrylic or similar paint as a mean to mask and fix color run or a stain! An unfortunate discovery that unveils when we wash the rug and residues of dried-up paint separates only to expose the original problem. Sadly, in some cases the chemicals from the paint has already damaged the fibers; caused structural damages and rug requires major repair! A blasphemy!
When a rug is to be stored for more than a few months it should be cleaned, sprayed with insecticide, and wrapped in protective plastic or a tough synthetic paper like “Tyvek”® building paper. Don’t use newspaper or common brown wrapping paper. These materials are not chemically stable (they are usually quite acidic), and do not provide the protection from insects or moisture the stored rug needs. Make sure the rug is completely dry. Think twice about using moth balls or flakes–these materials have little repellent effect, and the odor they impart to the rug can be difficult to remove. Cedar scent is useless in moth control. Store the rug in a clean, dry place out of the reach of squirrels or other rodents. Periodic inspection of the rug is strongly recommended.
Pet Stain Removal
We have the knowledge and technique to properly release the pet urine from your area rugs. The guarantee to our process is when you receive your rug and you smell, see the pet odor is gone and there is no perfume to mask it. Visit our Website testimonial section and read about pet odor problems! The most important steps in protecting your rug and the health of your household when a pet mishap happens are to:
Immediately contact us so we can guide you to minimize the damage and schedule a pick-up. Remember the longer you wait the more chances for the pet stain to set and cause permanent color damage. If the urine remains in the wool, it can cause color run, burn/decompose and destroy the rug and require expensive repair. Here at Fred Remmers, we know rugs, and we specialize in rug cleaning and repair.