Common Area Rug Cleaning
If your Persian or Oriental rug was carefully crafted and represents a special
piece within your home, you may wonder how you can find someone with the
right knowledge and expertise to clean it. Even if you have an area rug that is not
an antique, it can still act as the centerpiece of a room. No matter the type of rug
you have, it’s important to find rug cleaning technicians who can prevent the dye
from bleeding while removing impacted dust and dirt from its delicate fibers.
The rug cleaning technicians from Johnson County Chem-Dry are here to provide
the services you need so your area rugs can look their best over the many years
they anchor your home’s decor. Our cutting-edge cleaning techniques and
expertise with rugs of all types will not only help preserve your rug, but also make
your home a healthier, cleaner place.
Curious about what our rug cleaning process looks like, or have specific
questions regarding care for your rug? You can count on our team at Johnson
County Chem-Dry to provide the answers you’re looking for. Take a look at some
of the questions we commonly receive regarding rug cleaning below.
Your Rug Cleaning Questions Answered
What should I do if there is a pet accident on
If you have pets in the house, accidents are all but inevitable. The key is to know
what to do in the crucial moments following your discovery of the accident.
First, focus on absorbing as much of the liquid as possible using white towels or
tissue. Be sure to avoid rubbing the rug, and never reach for a conventional spot
remover, which could permanently alter the colors of your rug. Finally, call your
local Chem-Dry experts to request specialized rug cleaning services that can
effectively remove evidence of pet accidents in a gentle manner.
What are the causes of dye bleeding in rugs?
Dyes can bleed, fade or weaken for a number of reasons:
Improperly washing rugs
Exposure to pet urine
Fumes from certain chemicals
The use of stain removers cont