Washing Process Video
We wash and clean all kinds of rugs and carpets in three ways. Power wash, traditional wash and hand wash. Our specialty is Persian rugs, oriental rugs and as well as 100 percent silk rugs. The way we clean and wash your rug is very unique and professional. We use special shampoo for wool and silk rugs which will make your rugs look clean and shiny. Our years of experience and knowledge give us ease to take care of your rugs in the best way.
Anti-Allergen Treatment/scotch guard
*Topical enzyme deodorization for musty or light smoke odors
Treatment for moth damage/ mildew and/or water damage
Wrapping in Paper available
If you catch the spill when it's fresh, you've got a good chance of removing it totally. The more time a spill remains on the carpet, the more difficult it becomes to remove. Over time, some spills may cause permanent staining. The best approach is to pick up as much of the spill as quickly as possible - Gently scrape up food spills and other solids with the edge of a spoon. If you have a wet/dry vacuum cleaner you can pour clean water on the spill and then immediately vacuum the liquid. Repeat until the area is clean. If you don't have access to a wet/dry vacuum cleaner; blot repeatedly with white paper or white cloth towels. Always blot; never rub or scrub abrasively, as a fuzzy area may result. When blotting, work from the outer edge in toward the centre of the spot to avoid spreading the spill. Keep looking at the towel; as long as you are getting a colour transfer from the carpet to the towel, you are making progress. Avoid the use of all-purpose spray cleaners, bleach, or alkaline detergents as they may cause lasting damage to your carpet.
It is interesting to note that the moth itself does not eat rugs, but their larvae consume the fibers and even the knots of the rug. They prefer to live in areas under furniture, where it is not always vacuumed or in areas with little traffic. Moths and their larvae thrive in the dark, undisturbed areas of a rug that get little traffic and are seldom vacuumed. Moths are attracted to the keratin in the wool fibre; a dirty rug covered in dog and cat hair is a paradise for moth larvae. They can feed on blends of natural and synthetic fibers but not on materials made only of synthetic fibers.Deep immersion washing is best for further elimination of larvae and eggs. Even using the most thorough methods, some eggs and larvae may remain.