What is a soft water rinse you ask? Most don’t think of water being hard or soft but its all about the amount of water pressure you put on a rug. You don’t want to put so much on it that you can actually rip the fibers. I like to think of our soft water rinse process like a spa for your rug.
This goes back to rinsing the rug and ensuring that the water is running clear before it moves onto our drying phase. It is extremely important to get the balance of this process just right because we want the rug soft and fluffy when it is returned.
Like most professional rug cleaners will tell you that know what they are doing, the dusting can be the most important process of rug cleaning. It can sometimes define what the next stage is going to look like. When we get a rug in, we blow out both sides of rugs with low pressure air to lift all dirts and allergens
You can have a rug properly cleaned. It can smell fresh and feel so clean and soft you would think that you just bought it and laid it down on your floor. All the proper cleaning techniques could have been applied but none of that would matter if the fringe was not cleaned correctly.
Finally, one of the last phases, the drying process. It all begins when the rug has been wrung as much as possible. Depending on the type of rug that we have cleaned depends on the type of drying process needed. We have the means to hang dry our rugs with very low speed fans or we lay our rugs out flat to dry...
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