Did you know that Oriental Rug Salon is one of SW Florida’s most experienced and referred Oriental rug cleaning and repair facilities of fine textiles from around the world? Our attention to detail, expertise, and certification has made us the “cleaner of choice” to many of SW Florida’s leading interior designers, fine rug retailers, restoration companies, and owners of fine textiles. Our in-plant services
Cleaning urine stains from your wool or silk area rug can be problematic for a variety of reasons. Irrespective of whether the stains are animal or human in origin, all urine residue comprises three main elements. The sticky part is known as urea, the pigmented part is urochrome, and the last part is uric acid, which forms as a combination of crystals and salts.
Oriental Rug Salon’s superior kilim and rug cleaning services are an important way we help our clients preserve and care for their handmade kilims and rugs – including Persian, Turkish, Moroccan, Chinese, Indian, Bolivian, Caucasian, Aubusson, Savonnerie, and all other hand-knotted rugs and carpets; Indian, Navajo kilims, dhurries, tapestries, and all other handwoven pieces. Our team of experienced and certified craftspeople clean rugs and
Hand-knotted wool and silk area rugs are made with love and skill and are designed to last many generations IF properly maintained. Frequently area rugs are brought to our shop with visible signs of damage or wear that was easily preventable. This video will provide helpful tips to make sure your area rug remains beautiful and lasts for generations to come. www.orientalrugsalon.com/videos/two-mistakes-made-rug-owners/ Often we
At Oriental Rug Salon, every Oriental, Persian, Turkish, wool and silk area rug is treated as an individual piece of art and cared for by the love, experience, and hands of a certified textile cleaning professional. We do not use impersonal “rug cleaning machines” and each area rug trusted to us is cared for one at a time. Handwoven wool and silk area rugs
Signed Persian “Oriental” Area Rugs As many collectors and lovers of “Oriental” rugs know, the mark of a unique handmade rug is the signature. This distinctive symbol of the weaver can be of the workshop where it was made, the weaver who wove the rug, year made, the region of origin, and in rare cases, all the above. There is no mistaking the superior