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Area Rug Cleaning

Area Rugs accumulate soil, dirt, dust mites, pet dander, and allergens over time, which requires an annual professional cleaning to maintain the color and quality of your rugs. League City Carpet Cleaning’s Advanced Area Rug Cleaning Service for wool rugs and synthetic rugs is a deep cleaning service, where in most cases, rugs are restored to new condition. All soils including dirt, dust mites, perspiration, abrasive soils, natural oils, pet by-products, grease, oils, and ground in foods will be treated. Our Advanced Enzyme Deodorizer is applied to combat and neutralize built-up odors. High-powered air mover fans are used to assist in fast drying after the cleaning. We service all types of area rug fabrics in League City, such as Wool, Nylon, Polyester, Polypropylene and other color migration fabrics. Your rug is left with a clean smell and a healthy environment. All rugs will be evaluated and cleaned with the proper cleaning method depending on the material makeup of the rug.

Wool Rugs

Wool Rugs: .99 ¢ per Sq. Ft.

Synthetic Rugs: $33.33 Flat Rate

  • Professional fabric testing and inspection to determine best rug cleaning method
  • Inspection with a UV light to treat hidden stains and odors
  • Professional area rug vacuuming
  • Carpet pre-conditioning pre-spray with dust mite control
  • Unlimited spot & stain removal treatments
  • Free enzyme deodorizer
  • Heavy duty hospital-grade sanitizer to help eliminate germs, dust mites, and allergens
  • 240 degree deep steam cleaning
  • 100% non toxic, child-safe, & pet-safe
  • Residue-free cleaning process
  • Carpet grooming & raking for sharp, finished look
  • Free protective shoe covers
  • Fast drying process; won’t harm wood floors. Rug is not overwetted and moisture is extracted.

Synthetic Rugs

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Area Rug Cleaning

Area rugs warm up floors and inject color and pattern into space. They bring your space to life, but along with area rugs come stains and debris. As a result, it’s important to know how to clean an area rug. Sanitizing your area rug can be a challenging task because area rugs have different cleaning methods according to their types.

When you are looking to clean your area rug, you must know which methods work for which mats. You can keep your area rugs looking their best by following these simple tips for primary care, deep cleaning, and stain removal.

Caring For The Rug

The first step in cleaning your area rug is to identify your rug’s material, and this is an essential step in prolonging its life because different materials require unique cleaning methods. You will learn here the different types of rugs and the most suitable cleaning and stain removal techniques. Size, shape, and material determine the care that a carpet needs and so the same cleaning methods apply to most rugs. Here are a few tips to quickly help you sort out your rug cleaning.

If the rug is large, use vacuuming to remove dirt.

Vacuuming your rug is the most critical step you will take in cleaning it. You should do this on both sides of the carpet. Vacuuming can remove any hidden dirt in your carpet.

Extract-pet hairs

Vacuuming may leave some pet hair behind because pet hair requires closer concentration to remove. Use a brush to do this. A stiff brush will remove the hair before you know it.

Flip the rug each year

Rugs can quickly wear and tear because of the feet trampling it all year round. Make sure to flip the carpet to the alternative side once or twice every year as this will even out the wear.

For small areas, beat out the dirt

If the rug is a small one, shake it off and beat it to get out the grit and grime.

How To Clean Your Area Rug

The method suitable for cleaning rugs is dependent on which kind of carpet it is. Different types of rugs have different plans for cleaning them. It is essential that you follow the procedure befitting each rug type. You can use our tips here for useful results.

Braided Rugs

The first step with braided rugs is to see if they are washable at all. If the labels say, you can wash them, place the carpet in a zipped pillowcase or a mesh laundry bag and wash with fresh water. Rinse thoroughly and tumble dry.

For braided rugs that are large, place an old blanket or vinyl beneath them or just put them on the concrete floor. Use foam to rub the rug’s surface and rinse off or vacuum. Dry before you use again.

Oriental Rugs

We use oriental rugs and antique rugs in kitchens. As a result, they tend to harbor more stains. Place a nylon screen over the carpet and place something to hold it down. Use a vacuum cleaner to remove the stains and dirt. You need to change your oriental or antique rugs d now and then. You should guard against exposing them to the sun to reduce fading.  Your oriental rugs require professional cleaning once a year. You can get this at League City Carpet Cleaning.

Grass, Sisal, Coir, and Rush Rugs

These kinds of rugs can easily trap dirt from beneath them. They are the rugs we use as welcome mats and in the laundry room. To take care of this kind of rugs, you need to vacuum them often and clean out the floor beneath them as well. Try to flip the mat over whenever you sweep it as this would make each side wear out evenly.

If there are stains on the rug, you can remove them by placing a plastic towel beneath the carpet and tugging at the stain with a soft brush tinged with soapy water. Rinse and dry out the wet part of the rug, by placing a dry towel on it. You can also dry it out faster with a hair dryer or a portable fan.

Hides, Sheepskin and Fur Rugs

To remove stains, dust or other spots from this type of rug, pour some unscented powder on the area. Let alone for hours. Brush out the powder and shake the rug. Do this all over several times according to the length of the fur. Clean out the back of the carpet with clean cotton dipped in lukewarm soapy water. Wipe dirt off and rinse with a cloth dipped in fresh water.

Using The Deep Cleaning Method For Your Rugs

Check the labels on the rugs to determine what kind of cleaning method suits them best. Use a delicate cycle to wash those that allow such. To reduce the risk of tangling long fringe, divide the edge into several hanks and wrap each one with white string. Place the rug in a mesh laundry bag or zippered pillowcase to protect it, and wash in cold water on the gentle cycle.

Dry out the wet rugs using a clothes-drying rack or a picnic table. If you hang the carpet over a single clothesline, it will rumple the mat while it dries. You can place the rugs on bricks that you stack together or on a counter. Use old towels or old sheets to protect the desk or tabletop while your carpet dries out.

You should deep clean your area rugs every 12-18 months. You may need help with the complicated and delicate process of area rugs cleaning from brushing out dirt and spots to deep cleaning. All you need to do is contact League City Carpet Cleaning. Our professional team will make your rug sparkling clean while relieving you the stress of doing it yourself and of worrying over whether or not you are doing it right. Get all the help that you need from League City Carpet Cleaning.

Call (832) 429-2844