The Rug Cleaning Process
The professional rug wash involves many specialised steps that are not included in wall-to-wall carpet cleaning. We have been developing and improving this procedure over 35 years to achieve the best results possible.
Expert and thorough inspection of rugs prior to cleaning which may include consultation with the customer if necessary.
The first step is to remove as much dry soil, dust, hair, house dust mites and other particles as possible using a dusting and beating machine. The rugs may be put through this process more than once if necessary.
The rug is submerged in water and pre-cleaned using mild, biodegradable detergents and soft brushes. During this process the rug is carefully inspected in order to identify any stains which may require special attention and treatment.
During the third stage of the process the rugs are put through our special high performance rug washing machine which uses water jets to wash the rugs thoroughly and to ensure that no residual detergents remain.
Once the rug is clean we remove most of the water using a centrifuge machine.
The finished rugs are hung to dry in our special drying room. This is a temperature and humidity controlled environment which helps return the pile’s springy soft texture and ensures your rug will dry quickly and properly without the risk of mould or mildew.
The fringes are inspected and treated with specialist materials, or re-cleaned if necessary.
Inspection and packaging
The rugs are inspected again and packaged for delivery.