Rug Construction

Rugs, most importantly, wool rugs, have the ability to hold a massive amount of dirt, soil, and debris in them. When you see under a microscope, you can look that the way a rug is woven looks a  very similar fish scales. There are too many layers of these scales that generate small pockets. Dirt builds up and gathers in these pockets, keeping the mess out of sight. It takes kilos of dirt before your rug starts to look dusty.

This dirt is not only debris and tiny dust particles that accumulate around the home, but soil and dirt your family, you, and your visitors track into the home. Depending on how heavy the foot traffic in your area is, and how long it has been since you have cleaned your rug, there could be years of dirt accumulated in your rug.

Special Rug cleaning

As long as rugs have made, they have required cleaning. While the equipment and tools to wash and dry rugs have changed over the past few t few years, you still have had to remove the rug from home. While there are several "hacks" online now, that suggests using carpet cleaners or, worst yet, a garden hose, and this is the worst solution you can apply to your rug. Mostly,  it has been seen that rugs have irreparably damaged by vinegar treatments, or dye bleeding from hosing down.

Rug cleaning at home and water -  The reason rugs need to be removed from the house to clean is their ability to hold water. Similar to the soil, rugs can hold a large quantity of water, making them tough to dry in the home. This leaves you at the chance of dry rot and mold damaging the rug and risking the health of the family. And a wet, sitting rug may cause water damage to the furniture and floors. The small pockets that hold dirt can also hold water. This makes the rug heavy as the fibers swell. In other words, you have the right equipment to dry it out properly.

Professional Rug Cleaning

Unlike "life hacks," or home cleaners, proper professional cleaners have the equipment and chemicals to ensure that your rug is safely and adequately cleaned. This allows them to accurately remove excess dirt and soil from a rug before cleaning each rug. They can spot test rugs before washing them to protect the rug from dye bleed. Rugs are then pressed through individual machines that wring out the extra water contents.

After washing, rugs are inspected that they are completely cleaned. If they require further attention, professional cleaners can safely perform a deeper clean. If the rug is clean, it is then placed in a particular area where it can properly dry. This stops the rug retaining water, which can cause dry rot and mold, and does not damage your furniture, flooring, or turns your room into a mud wallow.