How To Maintain Your Rugs & Carpets – Small Wool Rugs
If you knew what horrors we at BCS have seen and how many pounds (eek!) of dirt and grime were lurking in your carpets, you might think before walking around barefoot. Wool rugs are particularly masterful at hiding dirt, and this debris can actually damage the structure of the rug over time. Follow our simple steps to keeping all your synthetic, cotton, wool, small, large and installed carpets and rugs at the best between professional cleanings.
In this article, we’ll show you how to clean small, wool area rugs.
1 Wash colorfast rugs by hand in the kitchen sink with a mild detergent, using a sponge or soft brush.
2 Rinse thoroughly with water mixed with a small amount of white vinegar to remove any remaining residue. The vinegar also serves to naturally and gently sanitize.
3 Roll the rug inside a thick towel to wick away moisture, then stand on it remove as much liquid as you can.
4 Hang the rug (outside, if possible) so it dries as quickly as possible, thus avoiding nasty stale water smells.
In our next article, we will show you how to deal with small synthetic area rugs.
When your willpower and stamina for touchups is exhausted, call the professionals at BCS Cleaning Utah at 801 561 1730 to schedule your professional carpet and rug cleaning treatment. We’ll bring out the big guns to have your rugs and carpets looking professionally fabulous in no time.
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