Before & After Photos
This is a beautiful rug that just needed some good thorough dusting and a really thorough wash. The thing about wool rugs is that wool fibers are at the top of the class for hiding soil. Wool fibers have many layers that acts as “pockets” for hiding soil. There are several ways to clean a wool rug, depending on construction type, types and qualities of dyes, and pre-existing conditions like pet urine or excessive soil. This is what we live and breathe and seeing rugs like this return to their natural state of beauty is what we love.
The internet is a wonderful thing. We have answers at our fingertips and we can pretty much learn how to do anything. When it comes to homemade carpet cleaners and do-it-yourself carpet cleaning suggestions, please don’t hesitate to call upon us. No matter what you put ON the carpet, there’s so much more chemistry and methodology that goes into CLEANING the carpet properly.
See the dark area on the “before” photo? That’s an ink stain. Well, was an ink stain. This rug is a beautiful rug as you can really see the colors popping in the “after” photo. We are so honored to help people live a happier, cleaner life.
And that fringe! When you look at something day in and day out, you tend to look past the details. That’s why a regular maintenance cleaning like our Stay Clean Program will help you keep your home or business in order – and clean! If you can see the soil, it’s way beyond the time to clean. Especially for wool rug owners because wool fibers are notoriously known for hiding soil.
Tile and Grout Cleaning is a magnificent process. It’s amazing to see those grout lines looking like new. When you spend everyday in the same environment, we tend to become immune to how soiled things can be getting. Even regular mopping and DIY cleaning of tile floors can add to the buildup in the grout lines. Whether you have ceramic, porcelain or any natural stone floor, we have the processes, training and experience to properly care for or make recommendations for any type of flooring.