Archive for October 2020

How Often Should I Clean My Rug?

Have you ever asked yourself, how often should I clean my rug?

A good rule of thumb is to get your rug cleaned every 6-12 months (depending on traffic, pets, and style of the rug) to avoid any permanent damage.

Many times, clients wait until they visually see a rug dirty before they decide to get it cleaned. Even if a rug doesn’t look dirty, you should have it professionally cleaned.

Don’t wait too long to have your rug professionally cleaned by us. Call us today to get on our schedule.

Your home has been under a lot of pressure.

Has your precious pet had an accident on your rug or carpet? Do you feel concerned about odor or contamination? We love our pets, but pet urine can cause permanent damage to your floors and fabrics. It can also create an unhealthy indoor environment. When urine is first deposited onto a floor or fabric, it has a pH of about 5 or 6, which is on the acid side of the pH Scale. It is easier to remove right then when it is fresh. Once it dries it turns into an “alkaline” or to a high pH between 10 to 12 on the scale and becomes more difficult to remove. The warm acid state of the urine offers a perfect breeding ground for bacteria, which begin to flourish almost immediately.

Give your rug some TLC by giving it the most most thorough cleaning. Our rug spa has advanced equipment for cleaning your Oriental rugs safely.

Hand crafted area and Oriental rugs should be cleaned IN-Plant only.

Keep Your Carpet Clean this Fall!

Carpet cleaning is just like exercise! If you get into a routine and keep it up, you will see great results and feel better for it.

And understanding the right way to clean carpet will help you save time by doing it correctly the first time.

3 Easy Steps to Keep Them Clean!
1. Vacuum at the right frequency with a CRI-approved vacuum.
2. Clean spots and spills quickly with products that do not damage the carpet or cause it to re-soil more quickly.
3. Professionally deep clean your carpets every 12 to 18 months to remove embedded dirt and grime.