Area Rug Cleaning

Area Rug Cleaning

Hi, if you’re reading this that would mean that you have a rug or carpet in need of servicing either in your home or office. We at Millers Carpet Cleaning can fix this problem for you with our professional area rug cleaning services. Just fill out the form or give us a call at 1-800-253-2669.

Area Rug Cleaning

If you have oriental rugs, you may forget exactly how special they are. We place them on the floor, place furniture and treat them the same way we treat any other floor covering. Basically, we walk all over them.

Our Rug Cleaning Process

Rugs are made to take abuse. However, there are some things that will cause permanent damage or completely mess up your beautiful rugs. No matter how careful you are with vacuuming and spot removal, there comes a time when the deeply embedded soils, contaminants, oils and pollutants need to be removed.

Don’t’ wait until the carpet looks dirty. Wool has the ability to hide an amazing amount of soil. The gritty, particulate soils which we find in your rugs may cause irreversible damage to the fibers.

Millers Carpet Cleaners specializes in Area Rug treatment. We treat your rugs with the utmost attention and care, without using any harmful or harsh agents. As an eco-friendly firm, we just use non-toxic powerful solutions to make your area rug clean, fresh while restoring its attractiveness.

We specialize in a variety of area rugs which include Persian rugs, Oriental rugs, and Domestic rugs. We also offer Free Pickup and Delivery services to our clients for implant cleaning, or sometimes, we can clean on-site if requested. Our specialized technicians will make an initial assessment on the carpet and will execute the recommended method which works best for each particular rug¬ type.

Millers Carpet Cleaners custom carpet cleaning process will remove the toughest stains, odor and bacteria that build ¬up through time. Our methods are industry ¬proven procedures that will restore your carpeting to its beautiful condition and preserve their delicate fabrics.

DNA Pro Cleaning is outfitted with state-of-the-art technologies to perform the cleaning procedure thoroughly and safely in your rugs. Once all of the initial grime and dirt was removed, our carpet ¬cleaning procedure often requires solutions with varying pH values to complete the cleaning. Once we’ve completed the cleaning procedure, we will restore its initial pH grade by neutralizing any material solutions which were used.

Our Rug Cleaning Process:

1. Pre-Inspection

Our technicians will conduct an assessment on the area rug to identify its condition and cloth and determine the best procedure for optimal results.

2. Dusting and Pre-Vacuuming

The second and very important step is to prepare the carpet for the deep cleaning by dusting and pre-vacuuming the top and bottom of the carpet multiple times to remove the dry soil. Results in the amount of dry dirt removed, oftentimes, can be surprising.

3. Pre-Conditioning

The fibers of the carpet are pre-conditioned with secure cleaning agents and agitated to loosen embedded soils.

4. Odor and Spot Treatment

In this step, we will perform any special treatment that is needed such as pet odor, spot removal, etc..

5. Hand Washing

The carpet is then closely hand-washed multiple occasions in our wash pit. Upon completing this step, we will utilize our state-of-the-art equipment to extract and remove as much moist as possible for optimum results and faster drying.

6. Drying

After a thorough and secure hand-washing, the rugs are then placed for drying.

7. Inspection before customer delivery – Final Step

The rug will undergo a final inspection to ensure it is prepared to return to its owner. We will re-groom the carpet and fringes, and alternatively, use fiber protection to avoid the newly cleaned rug from being easily stained later on. Now the rug is ready to be wrapped up and delivered back to your home.

Millers Carpet Cleaners’ team knows the importance of protecting and restoring the beauty of each carpet. Regardless of where it was woven, we think every rug is a unique work of art.

How to Clean Each Type of Rug Material

How to Clean Each Kind of Rug Material

Rugs need to be vacuumed regularly and spot-cleaned whenever there’s a stain. However, once a year, they should be deep-cleaned. Always ask your rug’s care label to find out if it should be dry-cleaned, hand-washed, or just spot-cleaned.

Cotton and Synthetic Fiber Area Rugs

If your carpet is small enough, it may be thrown in your washing machine. Use a cold setting on a delicate cycle, and let it air-dry.

But if your carpet is too big for the machine, you can deep-clean it by hand. We recommend doing so on a sunny day since you will have to bring it outside to wash and dry it.

What You Will Need

  • Vacuum
  • Broom
  • Carpet shampoo or liquid dish soap
  • Tarp
  • Laundry drying rack
  • Hose
  • Soft-bristle brush
  • Towels

Step 1: Vacuum

Vacuum the surface of the carpet, then flip it over and vacuum the back of the carpet. The back of the rug also collects dirt and dust.

Step 2: Take It Outside

Once outdoors, unroll it and prop it up on a fence or porch railing. With a broom, whack the back of the carpet to find out if more dirt comes out. If you see dirt clouds escape, keep whacking the carpet until you cannot see clouds of dust and dirt anymore. But if your rug has a latex backing, don’t whack it too hard, or it may damage the latex.

Step 3: Shampoo Your Rug

Lay your rug back on a tarp or deck, but be sure it is close to a water supply, such as your garden hose. Follow the directions on the label of your carpet shampoo. Some shampoos need mixing with warm water. If you don’t have carpet shampoo, it is possible to take a bucket and make your own solution of warm water and a tablespoon of liquid dish soap. Before washing your entire rug, first spot-test the shampoo or solution in a small area of the rug to be sure that the colors don’t bleed.

If the colours do bleed, then take the carpet to a dry cleaner. If the colors don’t bleed, take your hose and rinse the carpeting. Pour the soap solution on a sturdy, soft-bristle brush and then work it in the rug. Let the rug to sit down for five minutes before rinsing it off.

Step 4: Dry It

Use a towel to soak up as much of the excess water as possible. Let it air-dry outside on a laundry drying rack. This may take 24 hours or more. If you cannot leave the carpet outside for quite a long time, move it to your garage, basement, or laundry area to continue air-drying.

Step 5: Vacuum It

Place the carpet back in its place, and vacuum it .

Wool Area Rugs

Wool Area Rugs

What You Will Need

  • Sponge
  • Laundry detergent made for wool
  • 2 buckets
  • Broom
  • Towels

Step 1: Vacuum

Vacuum the front and back of the carpet. In case you have the setting, turn off the beater bar as this will damage the fine fibers of a wool rug.

Step 2: Bring It Outside

Bring the carpet outside and prop it up on a railing or fence. With a broom, whack the back of it to get more dirt out. Repeat until you don’t find any dirt clouds.

Step 3: Wash It

Before washing, be sure to first move your hand throughout the rug. Sliding in 1 direction will feel soft, while another will feel rough. Always wash in the direction of the soft side. Always use a damp sponge and also not to completely soak the carpet fibers, or else they can become damaged.

In a skillet, mix cold water and a tablespoon of laundry detergent made specifically for wool. Take a second bucket and fill it with cold water. Dampen your sponge in the detergent and water solution, and test a small area of the carpet to make sure the colors won’t bleed. If the colours do bleed, then take the carpet to a dry cleaner. When they don’t bleed, continue washing the entire rug in small sections.

Step 4: Rinse It

Dampen your sponge in the next bucket of cold water, and lightly dab on the rug to wash it. Be careful not to soak the carpet.

Step 5: Dry It

With clean towels, soak up the excess water from the carpet. Then let it air-dry.

Jute, Sisal, and Bamboo Area Rugs

Since water weakens the fibers of these types of rugs, it is ideal not to deep clean them. For routine cleaning, vacuum the top and bottom of the rug, in addition to the floor under the rug.

To remove stains, dip a microfiber cloth into a combination of warm water and a tablespoon of laundry detergent. Then blot the stain and rinse with warm water. Blot it dry with a clean cloth, and let it air-dry.

Delicate or Antique Area Rugs

In case you have a delicate or antique rugs, consult a professional to ensure it is cleaned properly.

Schedule your professional area carpet cleaning now! We offer Free Pickup and Delivery!

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