Our cleaning starts with dry soil removal
What are dry soils?
Dry soil is a term for silt & clay-like soil that settles into the foundation of rugs from normal day to day use. The pic on the left is before dusting/ dry soil removal and on right after dry soil removal prior to washing. In some cases, we spend more time removing these soils than actual washing.
This type of soil removal equipment is not portable cannot be done in -home.
Failure to adequately remove these silt like soils prior to cleaning inhibit the removals of other soils during washing. Cleaners often try to compensate by using stronger cleaning chemicals that lead to other issues such as color run and inadequate soil & odor removal
Dry soil isn't the only soil in your rug
The pic on the left is the rug from above, it's not clean yet not by a long shot.
You can clearly see there are lots of soils that dusting can't remove. Cooking oils, liquid spills, pet accidents, atmospheric pollutants. These soils cannot be removed by simple dry soil removal such as vacuuming or even light cleaning methods such as shampoo or extraction cleaning. Soils like this settle into the core foundation of a rug then need to be soaked and washed out of a rug
Our wash floor is painted white for instant feedback from your rug, so we can see what we are removing and when your rug is clean.
All that water & wool how do they dry?
We use a number of water removal methods. On the left is our rug centrifuge just like the spin cycle on your washing machine our rug centrifuge spins water from wet rugs. By the time rugs leave this machine over 90% of the moisture has been removed.
Often rugs are hung to dry in our temperature and humidity-controlled drying area. However, some rugs are too fragile and need to be dried flat.
Like cleaning, no one method of drying is appropriate for every situation. As a specialty rug workshop, our workshop is engineered to the needs of the rugs being cleaned not applying techniques engineered for carpet & upholstery cleaning to rugs.
The hands of skilled craftspeople at Renaissance Rug Cleaning work with your rugs. Dusting, washing to post-cleaning detail to make sure we have given your rug any spots, spill, or odors all the attention they need. All of our services are done by people that work with rugs and area carpets full-time exclusively, not an add on service.