Persian rugs, oriental rugs, dhurries, silk rugs, area rugs, runners, braided rugs and custom cut padding. You should only entrust these valuable treasures to an expert rug cleaner. A Cleaner World's oriental rug cleaning experts are knowledgable and experienced professionals you can trust.Why?
Before the cleaning begins, A Cleaner World's oriental rug cleaning experts thoroughly inspect the rug for tears, holes, missing yarns in the face, damaged fringe, pet or insect damage and unstable dyes that are bleeding or could bleed into other areas of the rug. At this point, a dye test is performed on every color in the rug to insure stability. Potential problems are discussed with you before cleaning ever begins. How much of the rug is inspected? All of it: The whole body, the edges and the fringe, too.
Soil removal is the next step - soil that ordinary vacuums can't remove. The oriental rug is inverted over a protective grid then vibrated with a special machine that pushes soil particles and dust out of the rug fibers. The dirt is removed before cleansers are ever applied. This prevents massaging the dirt deeper into the rug. By the way, the detergents used are approved by Wools of New Zealand and the Carpet and Rug Institute. Learn more about the oriental rug cleaning process employed by A Cleaner World.
Need more reasons to trust A Cleaner World persian rug cleaners? Here are five:
- Trusted reputation
- Experience with all types of rugs
- Certified Technicians (IICRC)
- State-of-the-Art facility
- Satisfaction Guaranteed
Schedule a rug cleaning appointment or drop off your rug at any A Cleaner World location.
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