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area rug cleaning

Area Rug Cleaning

Area rugs are popular because they are multifunctional. Area rugs are frequently utilised in rooms to give colour, texture, pattern, intrigue, and, most importantly, warmth. Area rugs come in a variety of sizes and styles. They are generally made of a variety of materials. The kind of fabric, the procedure of dyeing fibres, and the substances that make up the dye are all key factors in determining the best way to clean the carpets. Kwik Dry Cleaning’s area rug cleaning professionals have completed a rigorous training programme that is required of all technicians who obtain the Clean Trust Certification designation. Our qualifications prove that we are knowledgeable in all elements of Persian rug cleaning, Oriental rug cleaning, and basic rug cleaning. We analyse all area rugs thoroughly to assess the fabric, condition, determine the specific sort of dye used to give the rug its colour, and search for any spots, stains, or damage.


A light vacuuming in the traffic areas is recommended but not required. If needed, the crew can pre-vacuum the area to be cleaned. Also, the equipment is vacuuming the entire time we are cleaning.

On average, it will take approximately 20 minutes per room. This time can vary greatly depending on the amount of furniture to be moved, how soiled the carpet is, and any necessary spot removal treatments.

We cannot guarantee that we will remove all spots or stains. There are substances that can permanently discolor the carpet fibers. The age of the carpet and the type of carpet fibers also plays a factor in this. The technician will try to determine if this is the case prior to cleaning but they are not always able to determine this before trying to remove the spots.

We cannot guarantee that the cleaning will get rid of all the fleas. We usually recommend that the customer kill the adult fleas first by whichever method they prefer, this is something that a professional exterminator might be able to help with. Please keep in mind that the carpet is not the only place fleas will lay eggs, you might consider having your upholstery treated and cleaned as well as any area rugs or pet beds.

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