Rug Washing… Do You Know The Difference?
Fine quality area rugs require in-plant rug washing. But did you know that the term in-plant rug washing can mean many different things? There are totally mechanized rug wash plants where your rug goes through a giant machine that looks like a printing press. In one end, over rollers, past a spray bar, through some brushes, over some more rollers and out the other end. It takes just a few minutes and is similar to a car wash both in method and results. Then there are plenty of rug cleaners that advertise in-plant cleaning, but really do little more than a standard "steam" cleaning. The best of these operations will take the time to clean both sides of the rug, and shampoo them thoroughly, before extracting the dirt. Many of these places do a good job, but there is nothing about the process that insures that the soil and detergents are fully removed from the rug.
We believe the best choice for rug washing is full immersion cleaning. While this method can only be performed on hand knotted and machine woven rugs, it is without a doubt the most thorough cleaning process available and the method Heaven's Best uses when hand knotted, hand woven, and machine woven rugs.Heaven's Best specializes in cleaning Persian, Oriental, Chinese, and other fine rugs. We will baby your rugs in our fully equipped facilities. Typically rugs can be picked up and returned in approximately 14 days.