Area rug cleaning is not a job for everyone. Sure, many companies say they can do it and promise great results, but the right knowledge of rug care is only acquired with a lot of hard work, years of dealing with all types of rugs imaginable and perfecting the rug cleaning process to the letter.
Dusting is a crucial part of the that process, and one that is often overlooked. This could harm your rug and even might shorten it’s life span.
How they use to do it…
The Process and How Dusting comes in
Our rug cleaning process is methodical, but has room for specific changes, so each rug gets the proper care it needs and deserves.
It follows like so:
- Inspection: inspecting the rug thoroughly
- Dusting: Taking the dust out of the rug (more on that right away)
- Cleaning: The actual cleaning of the rug
- Drying: Drying up the rug in our climate controlled space
- Touch ups: going over the rug once again making sure all is is good
- Delivery: Delivering the rug right to your door step and beyond, if needed
You can read about our detailed rug process here.
So Why Dusting it is so Important?
After inspecting the rug and finding out what it needs exactly and before we wet it for the actual cleaning, we need to dust it, which means getting all hidden dust – and there is a lot of it as you can see in the video – out. If we don’t do that, the dust will get wet and settle deeper between the fibers, stick to the back of the rug, weakening the structure, making it tear easier and shortening the rug’s life.
How Dusting Works
Simply, we lay out the rug on a mat, and using a specialized dusting machine, we go over it until all dust particles go to the surface of the rug, where we can easily vacuum it and go on with our cleaning process.
Whenever you clean your rug, make sure dusting is included – your rug should be truly cared for, not just by you but by your cleaning company.