Daily, Oriental Rug Salon receives calls from panicking rug owners on how to deal with pet urine on their wool or silk area rug. It seems that “Fido” has had an accident on a cherished area rug, and the owners know that if something is not done quickly, the wool or silk fibers may begin to discolor, develop a nauseous odor, or if left
Removing urine stains, odor, and bacteria from your Oriental or Persian area rug can be problematic for a variety of reasons. Irrespective of whether the stains are animal or human in origin, urine residue is made of three main elements. The sticky substance left behind is known as urea, the stain you see is the urochrome component, and the third element is uric acid,
Dry soil removed from area rug after vacuuming On an annual basis Oriental Rug Salon cleans thousands of area rugs and in every single instance, no matter how often an area rug was vacuumed by its owner, we are able to remove an astonishing amount of dry soil prior to the submersion cleaning process. Dry soil, sand, pollen and dust mites are allergens trapped
Want to add a little color and intrigue to a bare wall? Try hanging an Oriental rug from it. Anyone can hang a picture, or paint a “feature wall” in a room, but by adding a unique Oriental rug, you’ll not only dress up the room, but you’ll also have a conversation starter and a centerpiece your friends and family will not soon forget.
Got Oriental, Persian, or Wool Area Rug Stains? No worries, you’ve got Oriental Rug Salon! Accidents happen, it’s inevitable and almost guaranteed, therefore we want you to be prepared for when they do. Top 5 Rug Stains and why they happen: Pet Urine-Fido had an accident Coffee-It’s was too early to rise and shine Red Wine-The party may have gotten out of hand Wax-Perhaps
Navajo rugs and textiles are produced by the Navajo people who live in the four corners area of North America, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico. The rugs and textiles were originally for their on practical use, but by the end of the 19th century, Navajo weavers began to produce rugs for tourism and export. Navajo rugs are flat woven on a vertical loom
Turkoman Kilim Bedding Bag – 1960 Hand-knotted textiles not only come in the form of beautiful area rugs but “bedding bags” as well. When the nomadic people of the Caucasus or the steppes of central Asia move their flocks from one grazing area to another- they don’t break out the Samsonite luggage, they pack bags made for the precise purpose and decorated in accordance
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