The key to proper area rug cleaning is to know where and how your rug was made. For example, an authentic Isfahan Persian rug is made in the city of Isfahan, Iran. However, in the last 20 years, Persian rug patterns are replicated and made in china, India, Pakistan and Afghanistan. There is a major difference between the value, quality and natural dyes of the originals to the replicas and a different approach is used for cleaning.
The Turkish world famous Hereke silk rugs were once the possession of kings and emperors for centuries. They are washed and cared for in another manor of those Persian rival silks from Qum.
How Our Area Rug Cleaning Works
Our area rug cleaning process starts when a proprietary air filtered dust removal begins to clean and remove loose dirt and debris. The water used is micro filtered to be used with gentle organic soaps. This is through our washing process that applies gentle pressure using a computer controlled system which automatically adjusts for varied rug piles or thicknesses. Rinsing and cleaning are taking place at the same time to avoid oversaturation, and fringe is hand washed.
The majority of moisture content is removed immediately in our proprietary pre-drying system. The last stage of drying takes place in our fully enclosed custom engineered temperature controlled drying rooms which produce ideal filtered air drying conditions, with no allowance for growth of mold or bacteria.
After drying, fringes are re-checked and the area rug is inspected for any necessary repairs or request according to customer’s needs. A final inspection takes place in which the rug is photographed and another round of automatic pressure controlled brushing gives it another grooming! It is packed with care and ready for the trip home.
Do You Have an Area Rug That Needs Cleaning and Revitalizing? Contact revitaRUGS!
Ready to clean your Area Rug? Get your fast, free, no-obligation quote from one of our Revita Experts! Call us at 1.855.5.REVITA or, fill out our contact form here. We’ll be happy to answer any questions that you might have about the area rug cleaning process.