Another fun phase to watch is the washing process. The washing process is the next phase that once the particles are loosened and mostly extracted, we clean the rugs both sides. YES, both sides. This is not done by machine or tub. Our crew lays the rug out flat, spraying the right enzymes that are never filled with any chemicals what so ever and brush and roll the rugs all the while seeing the murky water flowing of the fibers. They then take this now very heavy wet rug and flip it over and do it again.
This again is a great time to go out there and see the rug because when we wring the water out, it has to be running clear or we have to clean the rug again, no exceptions. It may take a little longer but it is all about quality control and getting the rug right so the customer is happy!
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
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....
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...
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