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    Why Hire Pro Rug Cleaners?

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    You know it’s important to keep your rug clean, but can you do this yourself, or should you hire professional rug cleaners to do it?  Our tips can help you decide when to schedule a cleaning appointment with the best local rug cleaning company! Method – High quality handknotted Oriental rugs need to be cleaned [Read the full article…]

    How Often Do I Clean My Rug?

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    A common question that rug owners and collectors ask us is, “How often should I clean my Oriental rug?”  Many factors can determine how frequently to have your area rugs professionally cleaned, but a great starting point is this: Dusting / Dry Soil Removal – Recommended every 6-12 months Maintenance Cleaning – Recommended every 12-18 [Read the full article…]

    How NOT to Clean Your Rug

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    How Frequently Do I Clean My Persian Rug

    High quality wool or silk area rugs last for decades – or longer! – when handled, cleaned, and cared for the right way.  It’s also important to know how not to clean your beautiful Persian and Oriental rug!  These beautiful rugs are, in essence, handmade works of art, and certain cleaning methods can cause damage [Read the full article…]

    What’s Hiding in My Wool Rug?

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    One of the things that makes handknotted wool and silk area rugs so exquisite is the density of the weave.  However, it’s this very feature that also allows dust and debris to get trapped in Oriental and Persian rugs, leading to degradation of the rug.  Here are a few of the things that might be [Read the full article…]

    What is Abrash?

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    Handknotted rugs, like any handmade work of art, have inherent characteristics that add to their uniqueness and appeal.  Abrash is one of those characteristics that appears in fine Persian and Oriental rugs and adds a layer of intrigue and beauty, and for most rug collectors, desirability. “Abrash,” which comes from the Arabic word for “mottled,” [Read the full article…]