Area Rug Cleaning - In Home
Area Rug Cleaning
There can be quite a bit of contaminants sticking to your rug fibers and the base. Vacuuming alone will not release them, so cleaning them eventually, is inevitable. When hiring a company, you have to wonder (or at least you should) what cleaners are being used to clean your area rugs. Optical Brighteners, dyes, synthetic fragrances, petrochemical solvents, carcinogens, and "VOCS" are common in many rug cleaning chemicals. Often, the rug cleaning chemicals used are slow to biodegrade, accumulate over time, react with new chemistry, or biodegrade to more harmful compounds. This contributes to a toxic household environment were children, pets and home occupants crawl, lie and breathe the leftover residues. Some companies purchase large volumes of raw crude rug cleaning chemicals at discount prices for use in their area rug cleaning plants. These cleaners generally have high ph levels and can breakdown the natural oils in your area rug!
Rug Cleaning Before
rug cleaning after
oriental rug cleaning
Area rug cleaning in home is not only convenient, but far less expensive than having them picked up and cleaned off site. Your able to use your rug that same day and do not have to wait -sometimes over a week- for it to be brought back to you. Since in home rug cleaning is affordable, there is no need to wait until your rug is heavily soiled to have it cleaned, as dirt/contaminants will break it down over time and cause irreparable damage. The cleaning solutions are ph balanced and will not compromise the natural fibers of some area rugs. We have mild plant based cleaners and enzymes that will also help with odor removal and a variety of staining issues as well. Some of these rug cleaning products are available for purchase, so you can handle little mishaps on your own. Not all area rugs can be cleaned in home and in such cases we will gladly refer you to a reputable company.


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