Oriental, Wool and Silk Area Rug Cleaning – We’ve Got You Covered…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FqVed_CdQU Oriental Rug Salon, a division of Tru-Clean Carpet & Tile Care, is SW Florida’s most respected and experienced Oriental, Wool and Silk area rug cleaning and repair companies. Having expertise in all facets of area rug cleaning and repair, Oriental Rug Salon is proud to be the “cleaner of choice” to many of our areas leading interior designers, realtors, insurance companies and collectors of

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How To Identify A Handmade Wool Area Rug.

There are a few basics you should know about handmade rugs. Once you understand how to identify what makes a rug valuable, you’ll have a greater chance at purchasing a better rug. Rug fibers usually consist of wool in most mid to upper end rugs. High-end rugs may also have silk. Synthetic fibers such as acrylic, polyester, nylon, and olefin (polypropylene) can be found

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Oriental, Wool and Silk Area Rug Cleaning – Cape Coral, Naples, Fort Myers FL

How do I know if my rug needs cleaning? There are several ways to check for dirt, sand and other contaminates in your rug. First, lift the corner of the rug and slap the back with your hand. If dirt comes out, it needs cleaning. Second, dampen a white towel and rub across the surface of the rug. If the towel gets soiled, it

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Oriental Area Rug Padding – Extend The Life Of Your Wool And Silk Rugs

Your Rug Deserves Some Pampering DID YOU KNOW that a valuable area rug in your home is virtually crying out for some comfort? In SW Florida, most of us have tiled flooring and the first thing many of us do is cover those floors with soft area rugs for comfort and to cut down on noise echoing.  Some of these rugs cost thousands of

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Cleaning Wool Area Rugs In SW FLorida. Good News Or Baaaad?

DID YOU KNOW that choosing a wool carpet or rug for your home is both good news… and sometimes bad? The good news is choosing wool, which is a high quality natural fiber means your carpet or rug will last longer, look better and retain value. The bad news is choosing wool means you won’t see as much dirt on it, and so you may

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How To Care For Your Oriental, Wool Or Silk Area Rug In SW Florida

When you walk on something every day, it’s easy to stop thinking about it and forget it’s there. An area rug is a prime example of this. Cleaning underfoot décor is something people often forget about doing, aside from running the vacuum over it now and then. While regularly vacuuming your wool or silk area rug is a critical step in maintenance (just remember:

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Quality Oriental, Navajo and Specialty Rug Cleaning Throughout SW Florida

At Oriental Rug Salon we understand that all rugs are not the same. Each Oriental, wool or silk rug has its own personality and a story to tell.  They have different weaves and dyes which dictate how they are cleaned. We understand the “love” put into each rug as it was handcrafted by the weaver.  Our professionals are able to “read” a rug and

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Pet Urine and Oriental Wool and Silk Area Rugs

We love our pets, but we don’t love the damage they can sometimes do to our beautiful woven treasures. Pet urine can be a major problem for wool rugs, reasons being the construction type and ability to absorb moisture. Urine travels to the foundation of rugs and undergoes a chemical change from an acid to alkali (high on the pH scale). Alkali damages wool

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Oriental Wool Rug Cleaning In Cape Coral | Naples | Fort Myers

Can you tell the difference between a genuine hand-made and machine made wool or silk area rug? Through our specialized cleaning plant, Oriental Rug Salon, we clean thousands of hand and machine made Oriental Style (wool and silk) on an annual basis. Oftentimes a client will believe they have a hand-made rug (based on what they were told by the salesperson) when in fact,

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How To Identify A Tibetan Hand Knotted Rug

Tibetan rugs are known for their striking colors and large patterns. Traditionally, they were fashioned from highland sheep wool. These items were used for a number of purposes including wall hangings and flooring. The most common use for Tibetan rugs was for seating carpets. Commonly known as a Khaden, they measured 3×5 feet, 0.9 m x 1.6 m. The knots used to make Tibetan

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