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You worked hard to find that perfect rug, don't ruin it with aggressive and damaging cleaning products. 

 

Truth is, many over-the-counter cleaners are too aggressive; laundry detergents strip the color out of wool and other fibers and cause damage

 

Our wool oriental rug spotting cleaner is created explicitly for hand-woven rugs. Many rug spotting products are not Oriental rug cleaners they are made for synthetic carpets. 

 

It's also safe for other natural fibers such as silk, cotton, linen, Alpaca, and synthetic and natural dyes. 

 

Even if the product is a green and environmentally friendly carpet cleaner, it can still be too aggressive for your natural fiber carpet. While mild and non-toxic, our rug spotter can be used on all synthetic fibers from Nylon to Viscose. Like our wash rug washing formulations, our cleaner is a gentle spot cleaner without harsh chemicals, bleaches, perfumes, or optical brighteners and is pH neutral. 

 

Our rug spotter will not leave residues or attract soil, harm dyes or cause damage. 

Natural Fiber Cleaning  

Spot cleaning rugs are important, yet most over-the-counter cleaning products are too strong and aggressive with high pH.

 

Even worse, these cleaners can even make stains harder to remove or set them. High alkalinity makes wool swell, allowing soils and staining contaminants to get deeper into natural fibers like wool, resulting in some stains being harder or next to impossible to remove. 

 These products can strip color and natural oils in wool and permanently discolor your fine wool carpets and dyes with little effort. laundry detergents work well for cotton and synthetic but damage wool with strong laundry strip rug colors and oils and result in damage.

We developed our own rug spotter formulated for natural fibers in Oriental rugs, pH. Safe for wool, silk, and other natural fibers, natural or synthetic dyes.

Our  rug cleaner is safe enough to use undiluted out of the bottle or diluted one or more teaspoons to a cup of water 

 

 

 

 

Rug cleaning at home 

 

Maybe it's a Facebook group or youtube video on spot cleaning methods but all

cleaning products are not equal. Cleaning detergents made for a washing machine are not engendered for cleaning carpets and rugs.

 

Laundry detergent, Borax, washing soda, or baking soda can damage wool and other natural fibers, particularly when combined with hot water.

The latest trend is using a mixture of baking soda and Vinegar.

The reaction is not a cleaning reaction its a pH reaction between an acid Vinegar and alkaline Baking soda, and it can damage and even ruin your oriental rug and area carpets.

For information on how to properly spot your rugs click here